The Delta Chi Quarterly - Fall 1999

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Delta Chi Quarterly Fall/Winter 1999

Motivated by a “sense of duty,” Brother F. Phil Yang, Abracadabra ’80 becomes Delta Chi’s fifth New Founder p.21


.....PARTY (and live your life) LIKE IT’S 1899!!! As 1999 is coming to a close and the year 2000 is drawing near, we may hear a lot of a song by Prince, now known as The Artist, entitled “1999”. The song was originally released in the 1980’s, yet it foretold of the hype and hoopla that would accompany the events that will take place on New Year’s Eve. One of the hot topics of discussion is the potential Y2K problem. Whether this problem materializes or not, we have advanced a great deal in technology. You can do almost anything by computer now, from researching information on almost any subject to even purchasing a car! While the world has been increasing and advancing in the technology arena, we have also witnessed a great deal of tragedy. The school shootings in Colorado and elsewhere, the violence against postal workers and

more recently the shooting in Georgia by a stressed trader. I even had a school shooting occur less than twenty miles from my home that resulted in the death of a middle school teacher. Do I think there is a link? YOU BET! With all the technology, we are forgetting touch, the human touch, which may be why we are witnessing such tragedies. Starting with the basics of even a handwritten note versus an e-mail, we need to be more personal in our communications with one another. Perhaps, if someone had reached out to these people with a kind word or gentle hand, maybe these situations would have turned out a little differently. A few days ago, I had the opportunity to speak oneon-one to a brother who was experiencing some difficulties. He let me know

that he had experienced a not so nice childhood and family life. I let him know that he was a part of another family, The Delta Chi Family, and that we cared about him and that we were there for him. So before you send that next e-mail, stop to consider if it would be better to spend the extra time and money and pick up the phone. Even better, if the person is in the same town, or even one or two towns away, wouldn’t it be better to speak to that person face-toface? I am so glad that I did! As we become the lions of the technological arena, let us become the lions and leaders of the human arena and not forget that a simple gesture such as a reassuring voice, touch or spoken word of encouragement can make all the difference in not only our brothers’ lives, but also in the lives of all with whom we come in contact. I am not afraid to say in front of all: I LOVE YOU MY BROTHERS! I will not let a computer stand in the way of my feelings and emotions. I hope you do the same.

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Trustees Society From The Past Risk Management Chapter Situations “The Wall” Borelli Award Winners

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21 Yang Becomes Fifth New Founder 22 Alabama Alumni Gather 22 Keeping In Touch 22 Farewell And Parting 23 Campus Classics Phone: (319) 337-4811; FAX: (319) 3375529; e-mail: Editor: Raymond D. Galbreth, MO ’69 Website: Give us a look!!!

“AA” Bill Williams

As Prince’s song says, “Tonight I’m gonna party like it’s 1999.” I say to you, my brothers, let us “party” and live life like it’s 1899, when people were, like our Founders, more in touch with and cared for one another. Both technology and the human touch have their place and time. I am sure we as Delta Chis will have the intelligence and heart to show the world we have them in the correct balance. I wish you a safe and Happy Founders’ Day, Your Brother in The Bond,

Bill Williams, “AA” Home: (814) 454-8590 Toll free voice mail for Brothers to reach me. 1-888827-9702 ext. 4007

DELTA CHI ON-LINE Please visit our website at for the latest news. Features: Chapter Links Resource Materials How to Contact the Board of Regents and the HQ History of Delta Chi The Founders The Foundation and more!

Thanks Again “Scoop”!

-Mission statement of the Delta Chi Educational Foundation

be true to themselves, honest with fellow brothers, and persistent in their desires. At the conclusion of Mary’s presentation, the attendees then chose what session they wanted to attend. Paul Picciani, Connecticut ’89, presented a session titled, “Remember to Lead.” This presentation was a fundamental communication skills workshop for up and coming leaders. Jim Sturm, Fredonia ’90, presented a session titled, “Replacing

The 1999 Senator Henry M. Jackson Leadership College was held August 68 in Iowa City, Iowa at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center. A total of 94 Delta Chis from across the United States and Canada came together for a weekend of fun, learning and brotherhood; a weekend that many will remember for the rest of their lives.

the Light Bulb.” This presentation focused on personal and organizational creativity. The next presenter was Dr. Richard “Chip” Voorneveld, Dean of Students at the College of Charleston. Delta Chi was honored to have Dr. Voorneveld as part of the

1999 Leadership College A Huge Success “Our mission is to challenge our brotherhood to a lifelong commitment to the improvement of our world by developing the leaders of the future.”

The College started on Friday afternoon, August 6, with a general welcome to all attendees, both undergraduates and alumni, as well as introductions by Mike Arrillaga, Idaho ’96, College Administrator. Following introductions, Mary Peterson, president of MP Consulting and Associate Director of the Office of Student Life at the University of Iowa took the podium to present the opening session. Mary carries with her a very open and direct style of presenting and her opening session was no exception. Mary challenged all attendees to

faculty again. In Chip’s session, he walked the attendees through his 8 step model of effective leadership and provided the attendees with ideas on how to move the chapter in a positive direction on issues such as alcohol abuse, poor facilities, abuse of members and guests, lack of alumni volunteerism and academic non-performance. Following Chip was Mike McRee, Greek Advisor at the University of Oregon. Mike presented a very powerful presentation titled, “Press your luck….” The presentation focused on returning to the founding values and principles on which Delta Chi was founded. Mike stressed that our day to day activities should be influenced by our values, principles and Ritual. On Friday evening, all attendees were invited to the Headquarters for a reception and a tour of the facility. One of the highlights of attending the Jackson Leadership College was the opportunity to visit the Headquarters and see some of the original documents and Ritual paraphernalia. Many brothers commented on how exciting it was to get a glimpse of what our Founders were thinking when they started Delta Chi back in 1890. After the tour of Headquarters, Dick McKaig, Ball State ’66, pre-

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sented a session that got the attendees thinking and required them to use their decision-making skills. Dick McKaig has served as the Dean of the Jackson Leadership College from year to year. Delta Chi and the Delta Chi Educational Foundation wish to thank Dick for his continued, invaluable service. Dick has a tremendous amount of experience and was able to offer valuable insight and perspective into the Greek movement. Saturday, August 7, was a very busy day for the Delta Chis. Chris Jensen, Michigan ’95, presented a session that gave participants the opportunity to learn about their individual leadership styles. This selfevaluation program allowed brothers the chance to match their common styles and determine how they can better lead organizations that they are involved in. Dr. Voorneveld returned to the podium 4

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again to present a session on academics and the six rules of scholarship. Chip challenged the attendees to “go the extra mile” and strive for success in everything we do. After Chip’s presentation, the attendees got yet another opportunity to choose which session they wanted to attend. J.D. Adams, Appalachian State ’95 presented a session on developing leadership, being successful and taking risks. Jim

Picciani and Jon Russo, Connecticut ’89, do a team presentation titled, “Doin’ Business 101 – What they didn’t teach you in college.” Paul and Jon are very successful businessmen in the Silicon Valley and offered many first hand experiences and provided helpful tips for success during and after college. Following Paul and Jon’s presentation, the attendees moved to smaller breakout sessions. Mike McRee presented a session on resume building, developing strategies to better market yourself and tips on gaining the extra edge in the competitive internship and job market. Chris Jensen presented a session on diversity and the issues surrounding today’s college student. A number of activities were included in Chris’s presentation. On Saturday evening, the awards for chapter programming were presented by Retiring “AA” Paul Bohlman, Ohio State ’70, on behalf

“This College has enabled me to enter a new school year with a sharper vision for my chapter, a greater confidence in my ability to inspire and guide my brothers and a deeper appreciation for what it means to be a part of an international brotherhood.” -Holland Alday, “A” Georgia Tech Sturm presented a session on personal and group motivation. After lunch, the attendees gathered again to listen to Brother

of the fraternity. Those chapters present received their awards during the ceremony and a summary of the winners can be found on page 9.

A special presentation was also made on Saturday evening. Mike Vinson, Northwest Missouri ’98, presented a gift, on behalf of the attendees, of over 100 children’s books to Larry Eckholt, Director of Development for the Iowa City Public Library. All books were donated by the Jackson College attendees. Ac-

companying the 100 plus books was a monetary donation given to the library by the Delta Chi Educational Foundation. Larry thanked every-

graduation ceremony. The final event of the 1999 Senator Henry M. Jackson Leadership College was a session facilitated by Brother McKaig titled “Taking I t A l l Home.” Most agreed that learning new skills, be it personal or professional, is worthless unless those ideas can be implemented. Dick did a wonderful job of bringing the entire weekend full-circle. Most attendees felt that the 1999 Jackson College was a once in a lifetime experience. The attendees were taken, over two full days, from a discussion of understanding why they are Delta Chis to understanding themselves to understanding group dynamics and human nature. Many brothers were excited to get back to their chap-

“This experience has made me a better person and throughout the rest of my life, I will use these skills in my day to day activities.” Jason Shirrell, Purdue ’01 one for the generous gifts and explained that the books would benefit many children in the years to come. Brothers spent Saturday evening enjoying Iowa City and discussing how to improve their respective chapters. The opportunity to learn from each other and seek new ideas about chapter operations was just as beneficial as the educational sessions. S u n d a y, August 8, started with brunch, followed by the Jackson College

ters and colonies to teach others what they had learned and to utilize the skills they had gained. The Jackson Leadership College is sponsored by the Delta Chi Educational Foundation and is held every year. On Convention years, the Jackson College is held at the Convention site. The Foundation subsidizes the cost of non-convention year Colleges, which makes it more affordable. The cost per person for the 1999 Jackson College was only $55.00! Because of the generosity of donors to the Delta Chi Educational Foundation, the men received a great deal of knowledge at little cost. If one of your chapter brothers attended the College, ask him about it!

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The State of the Chapters


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Alberta American Appalachian State Arizona Auburn Augusta Ball State Behrend Bryant Cal Poly California Univ. - PA Central Michigan Central Missouri Chico Clemson Connecticut Cornell Davis DePauw Duquesne Eastern Carolina Eastern Illinois Eastern Washington Elmhurst Embry-Riddle Ferris State Florida Fredonia Frostburg Gannon Georgia Georgia Tech Gorham State Hayward Hobart Huntsville Idaho Illinois Illinois State Indiana Iowa Iowa State Jacksonville State Johnstown Kansas Kansas City Kansas State Kent State Kettering-A Kettering-B L.S.U. Lake Forest Livingston Long Beach Louisiana Tech Mankato Marquette Maryland Massachusetts Memphis Miami


1995 1990 1986 1925 1951 1983 1958 1990 1990 1970 1974 1988 1971 1987 1990 1955 1890 1989 1892 1993 1991 1967 1984 1991 1972 1994 1926 1991 1991 1971 1996 1991 1969 1990 1948 1977 1924 1923 1973 1925 1912 1923 1968 1972 1923 1956 1992 1990 1996 1996 1941 1951 1967 1968 1987 1992 1977 1990 1969 1991 1932

Total 1997-98 1998-99 98-99 Avg. % of Initiates Initiates Initiates Membership* Bills Paid# Enrolled Enrolled Enrolled 77 258 350 1687 1015 190 973 143 175 253 291 274 710 542 256 737 1554 115 1235 104 129 873 182 82 496 94 1640 169 209 348 311 230 546 226 712 267 1254 1739 476 1407 1396 1031 485 384 1432 477 449 165 42 57 499 324 430 475 196 112 280 227 431 78 1335

13 21 20 19 21 5 16 7 11 13 4 0 15 31 9 10 10 8 23 9 13 45 7 5 16 18 39 9 0 19 10 19 9 29 35 8 16 16 10 37 16 0 0 0 19 9 24 13 7 22 25 8 0 8 13 7 4 0 8 4 20

13 25 34 8 21 0 14 9 6 6 2 19 8 19 24 16 24 4 23 12 19 31 7 0 13 9 26 8 1 7 0 32 3 18 19 7 23 17 4 19 22 23 17 0 22 11 31 12 7 16 17 9 9 14 7 8 17 19 0 NA 18

33 46 68 46 42 5 69 18 32 28 13 33 35 64 64 35 38 16 49 28 23 98 13 4 43 33 94 19 32 29 40 57 15 40 30 25 44 74 15 93 49 18 26 27 64 18 50 19 22 29 58 25 17 21 26 16 24 26 18 NA 50

100 77 100 92 101 86 100 99 95 103 105 91 102 102 104 97 100 99 100 100 100 105 92 47 101 99 100 103 33 100 68 100 96 101 102 98 100 133 105 104 100 100 55 100 100 108 100 103 100 104 102 101 101 127 100 91 99 106 81 0 100

1998-99 Michigan Michigan State Minnesota Mississippi State Missouri Montclair Montevallo New Haven New Mexico State North Carolina Northeast Missouri Northern Arizona Northern Colorado Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northern Michigan Northwest Missouri Northwestern Ohio State Oklahoma State Old Dominion Oregon State Oshkosh Penn State Purdue Radford Reno Rowan Sacramento Southeast Missouri Southern California Southwest Texas Tarleton Texas Texas A&M Tri-State Troy State UNLV Valdosta Virginia Commonwealth Virginia Tech Washington Washington State West Chester West Virginia Tech Western Carolina Western Illinois Western Michigan Western Ontario Whitewater Windsor Wyoming

1892 1935 1892 1964 1951 1990 1972 1981 1994 1990 1978 1959 1984 1989 1970 1988 1971 1893 1902 1948 1991 1931 1969 1929 1927 1994 1992 1992 1971 1977 1910 1991 1988 1986 1988 1969 1966 1996 1968 1991 1992 1908 1943 1994 1983 1991 1989 1955 1991 1970 1971 1991

1015 1694 983 531 495 159 420 239 82 262 449 554 315 375 325 131 969 180 1255 915 126 868 444 1484 1247 98 105 118 588 437 1129 138 229 761 255 331 682 94 675 151 296 1808 495 91 283 132 209 913 187 501 330 99

12 22 11 25 9 19 4 7 15 18 5 23 8 30 16 8 46 19 23 13 15 6 20 3 36 15 8 14 25 2 16 5 12 7 12 11 5 30 14 7 39 24 9 5 6 17 20 1 5 16 9 9

5 20 3 14 9 4 13 6 16 25 11 6 0 34 8 8 16 22 18 1 3 0 6 11 17 12 0 15 18 12 21 4 13 11 0 7 10 40 18 16 19 19 13 11 8 16 19 13 0 13 6 8

18 71 18 55 17 36 31 16 24 53 12 50 15 69 23 16 59 41 53 11 22 23 29 44 67 27 17 35 46 21 41 16 31 24 33 27 19 49 34 22 60 38 21 28 19 20 37 18 17 43 20 19

100 68 106 100 98 87 85 116 101 101 57 95 55 100 117 100 101 91 98 14 95 20 77 80 100 78 0 85 107 97 100 19 88 148 100 99 101 97 100 99 97 100 113 91 100 98 101 97 29 102 93 100

COLONIES Bowling Green Fullerton Houston(closed) James Madison Loyola North Dakota Oregon Rutgers South Florida Stephen F. Austin West Virginia

1998 1967 1956 1999 1996 1996 1963 1996 1998 1999 1902

22 610 60 49 40 63 120 66 36 31 109

NA NA 11 6 NA 14 19 13 19 NA 31

28 11 49 0 4 14 12 17 31 31 11

19 32 NA 49 16 16 12 24 20 31 18

100 46 0 100 97 94 100 46 100 100 102

* Does not include associate members/pledges. # Chapters with over 100% reduced a debt from previous years. NR = No Report; NA = Not Applicable; NE = Not Eligible due to non payment of fees and/or missing PR forms.

Our strength is based on our members’ lifelong commitment

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ANNUAL REPORT (continued) PROGRAMMING Exciting developments have been made this year in educational programming for the Fraternity. Currently, The KEY is entering the final months of its pilot stage. After input from the “pilot” chapters we have gone back to the drawing board to revamp and revitalize the program. A new look and new materials will be added to the program for its pending release. The entire program will be unveiled this upcoming summer at Delta Chi’s Convention in Phoenix, Arizona. At this time any member who would like to participate in the program will be able to do so. Never before seen educational materials are being added to the program and will serve as another resource to the member’s of Delta Chi to enhance their fraternity experience. Some of these materials include: – A CD-ROM which contains 8 educational power point presentations on topics ranging from time management to financial planning that can be presented to the chapter or your entire Greek system by any undergraduate or alumnus member of Delta Chi, – A Key Coordinator’s Resource Guide that adds a number of different activities and educational insight so that the program can best be managed, – An Alumni Advisor manual that will contain everything that an alumnus didn’t learn as a undergraduate, that he will need to serve in an advisory role to the program, – Inexpensive day planners for members that will cover the school year and will include important dates and other useful items to keep our members on the path toward graduation, – A new participant’s guide for any member of Delta Chi who want to participate, whether his chapter chooses to or not, – An online component as a branch of Delta Chi’s web page that will contain information about the program, up to date ideas, a featured link of the month and increased communication with The Director of Programming, for questions and answers about the program. Another educational opportunity that will become available in the upcoming months are the Regional Leadership Conferences. To maximize the educational value of the weekend an entire curriculum is being developed to have each attendee evaluate and build upon his own leadership abilities. If a Regional Leadership Conference host chapter and its Regent choose to utilize this new resource it will shift the focus of the weekend from “breakout” sessions to a unified learning experience for all members. By shifting the conference to an institute learning format attendees will be exposed 8

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to leadership theory, decision making, confrontation and coalition building skills in a way that will only serve to benefit their own development and advance the future of Delta Chi. Both Participant Manuals and Facilitator Guides will be available at the end of November. A newly revised booklet, “The Party Continues,” contains over 100 social events in full compliance with our risk mangement policy. As you can see, a number of items are in the works to keep Delta Chi current with the times and to provide a bright future for the Fraternity.

CHAPTER SERVICES During the 1998-99 school year, we made a total of 258 visits to our 120 groups. Only thirty-five chapters received just one visit which translates into repeat and focused visits to a large majority of our groups. Every group received at least one visit in the fall since we were fortunate enough to have six Leadership Consultants at that time. In the spring, we started with five Consultants and tried a new program of utilizing “team visits” with two two-man teams. It met with mixed reviews and we are looking at modifying the program to see if we can improve its effectiveness. We are also considering other concepts in an attempt to maximize the impact on our chapters. In addition, we expanded at Bowling Green University in Bowling Green, Ohio; California State University at Fullerton (site of a former chapter); James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA; the University of Oregon (site of a former chapter) in Eugene, OR and Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, Texas. In anticipation of additional funding, we have hired Joe Burak, Michigan ’98 to start as the new Director of Expansion and Colony Development effective December 1, 1999. This will give our expansion efforts and our colonies the type of attention they deserve. Since 1992, the men’s fraternities have suffered from a seven percent per annum reduction in initiation numbers and our chapters, on average, have been no different. Some have prospered during that time while others have struggled and still others have closed. At the 1998 Convention, Delta Chi officially closed eight chapters. Three of these were closed due to risk management violations while the remaining five were closed due to a loss of membership. There have been many theories as to why the men’s fraternities have been having such a difficult time in the 1990’s. Whatever the issue(s), the bottom line is that, if we remain true to the basic values of Delta Chi we can still prosper. Where we can honestly say that we are good for young men, we do well.

FINANCES The operating budget for 1998-99 was $1,619,841 which included $371,608 for our liability insurance program and $170,773 for the Convention. Operating income for the General Fund (excluding the Convention and Liability Insurance) was $1,010,720 with operating expenses of $1,064,369. This resulted in an operating loss of $53,649 inspite of a partial ($32,725) impact from the dues increase we were granted at the Convention. Since we had operated the prior year short two staff members and had to cut chapter services due to that shortfall, we had carried forward an operating surplus of $76,230 from 1997-98 and this was used to offset the operating loss and allowed us to not only breakeven but to carry a surplus forward to the 1999-2000 fiscal year of $22,580. This, combined with the full impact of the dues increase ($10 in associate member dues, $10 in initiation dues and $5 in membership dues) should allow us to breakeven with normal operations.

HOUSING FUND As of June 30, 1999, the Housing Fund had 22 outstanding loans totalling $1,463,000. With $1,228,000 in unloaned assets, the Fund’s total assets stood at $2,691,000 not counting the $239,000 reserve for bad debt. The Fund’s balance grew $217,000 during the fiscal year. The Fund provided loans to two chapter housing corporations during the twelve months ending June 30, 1999 and re-amortized another loan. Two additional loans were funded since June 30. The housing committee audits the files of the loan portfolio on an annual basis to ensure that the documentation is all in order. For the current fiscal year, the committee has set the interest rate at the West Coast Edition of the Wall Street Journal Prime +1.5% for most new loans with variations from that rate being determined based on an assessment of the risk invloved in the loan.

STAFFING Delta Chi has been blessed with great stability in its staffing. Marge Lee, Office Manager, is starting her 36th year; Ray Galbreth, Executive Director, is in his 21st year; Debra Bilskemper, Secretary is in her 13th year; Anne Schulte, Assistant Clerk, is in her fifth year; Mike Arrillaga, Director of Chapter Services, is in his third year; Corey Shigematsu, Director of Programming, is in his third year; Claudia Jansenius, Clerk, is in her third year, and Matt Hamill, Director of Chapter Development, is in his first year. We also currently have five Leadership Consultants: Joe Burak, Michigan ’98: Tom Carroll, Hayward ’98; Ryan Cassell , Radford ’99; Jim Dunn, Rutgers ’99; and Brian Martin, Ball State ’99.

1998-1999 Award Winners The Delta Chi Awards Program is designed to recognize and promote those areas that are critical to the success of the chapter. The “E” Key, the Fraternity’s oldest award, and the Outstanding “C” Award recognize the performance of two vital chapter officers. For the other awards, the Fraternity is divided into two divisions: Red and Buff. The Red Division contains those chapters with 19 or more fraternities on their campus or whose Greek system has over 40 percent of the undergraduate student body. The remaining chapters make up the Buff Division.

In recognition of the chapter’s performance on campus and within the community, the Outstanding Campus Leadership, Outstanding Community Service Program, Outstanding Intramural Program, Outstanding Membership Recruitment Program, Outstanding Scholarship Program Awards, and Outstanding Financial Management Awards are presented. Three awards address the alumni programming of a chapter: the Outstanding Alumni Board of Trustees, Outstanding Alumni Newsletter, and Outstanding “BB” Awards.

Chapters that have shown a marked improvement in their overall operations are given the Certificate of Achievement. The “AA” selects the winner of the Most Improved Chapter from the recipients of this award. The winners of the Award of Excellence show strength across the board. In most cases they are winners of several awards. When they are not, they show above average performance in all areas with no area of weakness. From the recipients of the Award of Excellence, the “AA” selects the President’s Cup winners. There is a maximum of three Cups in each Division, but no minimum.

PRESIDENT’S CUP RED BUFF Georgia Tech Tri-State Kansas

Hayward Hobart Idaho Kansas Livingston

Daryl Bortoli- Hayward Brian Bender- Hobart Dr. Alan Brightman- Kansas State Derek Ingalls- Washington Mike Wingler- Western Carolina Bill Arnold- West Virginia Tech

AWARD OF EXCELLENCE RED BUFF Georgia Tech Hayward Idaho Tri-State Kansas Kansas State MOST IMPROVED CHAPTER RED BUFF Washington Livingston CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT RED BUFF Washington Alberta Livingston Northern Illinois Northwestern Western Carolina OUTSTANDING ALUMNI BOARD OF TRUSTEES Alberta Kansas State Bowling Green Louisiana Tech Central Missouri Mississippi State Georgia Tech Northern Illinois Idaho Northwestern Kansas Tri-State OUTSTANDING ALUMNI NEWSLETTER Georgia Tech Louisiana Tech Kansas Mississippi State Kansas State Tri-State OUTSTANDING CAMPUS LEADERSHIP Alberta Kansas American Kansas State Chico Livingston East Carolina Mississippi State Georgia Tech Tri-State Hayward Virginia Tech Hobart Washington Idaho W. Virginia Tech OUTSTANDING COMMUNITY SERVICE PROGRAM American Louisiana Tech Appalachian State Mississippi State Georgia Tech Northern Illinois

Tri-State Virginia Tech Western Carolina Whitewater

OUTSTANDING INTRAMURAL PROGRAM American Livingston Alberta Mississippi State Appalachian State Purdue Chico Tri-State East Carolina Valdosta Hobart Virginia Tech Kansas Washington Kansas State Western Carolina Idaho

OUTSTANDING “C” AWARD Kevin Loar- Chico Chad Gessler- Duquesne Kevin Garcia- Hayward Andrew Cifranic- Kettering B Jason Prather- Mississippi State Jerome Goldberg- Northern Illinois Leslie Trask- Tri-State Jamie Bailey- West Virginia Tech Bradley Zastrow- Whitewater

OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM Appalachian State Northwestern Georgia Tech Livingston Kansas Tri-State Hayward Washington Maryland

“E” KEY AWARD Andrew Marciniak- Kansas State John Ziegler- Louisiana Tech Jon King- Tri-State Gordon Bohn- Mississippi State David Spitz- Northern Illinois Phillip Brooks- Kettering B

OUTSTANDING MEMBERSHIP RECRUITMENT PROGRAM Alberta Mississippi State American N. Carolina State Appalachian State Northern Illinois Arizona Northwestern Chico Purdue Georgia Tech Tri-State Hayward Valdosta Hobart Virginia Tech Kansas Washington Kansas State W. Virginia Tech Idaho Western Carolina Maryland OUTSTANDING FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Alberta Mississippi State Arizona Northwestern Georgia Tech Purdue Hayward Tri-State Kansas Whitewater Idaho OUTSTANDING “BB” AWARD John Seo- Alberta Ted Schmitt- American


This award is presented to recognize significant contributions of a semi-conspicuous nature as “BB”, ABT member, House Corporation member, committee member, Regent, Vice Regent, staff member or undergraduate. Men may receive this award multiple times over their careers for service in different roles. Bruce Cook, Livingston ’75 - for service to the Livingston Chapter in heading the construction of the new house. Jan Rayl, Kansas State ’71- for service to the Kansas State Chapter on its ABT and Housing Corporation as well as president of its alumni association. Dustin Scharff, Georgia Tech ’94 - for service as a member of the Georgia Tech ABT and its President for the past two terms. James Sturm, Fredonia ’88 - for service as Regent – Region IX from June 15, 1997 through June 15, 1999. Glenn Weiss, Louisiana State ’84 - for service to the Northern Illinois Chapter on its Alumni Board of Trustees and Housing Corporation. X Quarterly Fall/Winter 1999 9

We thank our donors! Note: Any member who donated after June 30, 1999, will have his name listed in the 1999-00 Annual Report. ABRACADABRA Fred R Brooks ’40 (K) Walter H Conser ’39 (R) James K Dobey ’40 (P) Laurence E Feyh ’82 (R) Alan G George ’50 (R) Rich Gottesman ’81 (L) R P Hatch ’50 (F) Edward P Jepsen ’39 (R) Dick M Landis ASC (L) Arthur B McIntyre ’50 (L) James M Miller ’52 (R) Robert G Parker ’37 (R) Conrad F Pearson ’51 (L) William W Peterson ’51 (L) Lawrence R Poundstone ’34 (F) H E Schultze ’49 (L) Larry S Tessler ’60 (P) Fei Phil Yang ’80 (M) ALABAMA Gary S Andrasko ’75 (P) John T Bachmann ’68 (R) Jack Bailey ’54 Keith E Barze ’50 (L) James C Boyd ’77 (L) John Breckenridge ’67 Clarence W Brunner ’59 J Royce Bryant ’57 (P) Frederick H Connell ’65 (R) Joe P Doughty ’48 Arthur B Fowler ’39 Tommy L Goodwin ’69 (F) Roy Gordon Graham ’50 Robert L Harris ’40 Thomas M Hobson ’67 (L) Robert W Hodgkins ’53 (L) Robert W Johnson ’50 William M McGough ’70 (P) James M Merrell ’58 (L) Charles L Murphree ’50 (P) Gary S Osborn ’64 (L) James D Page ’53 (K) Robert C Patton ’58 Gilbert A Rhodes ’43 (L) John C Savage ’82 William J Scott ’65 (P) Richard T Shiflett ’51 (P) Robert H Sweat ’50 William C Tucker ’69 (L) Jon E Vice ’70 (F) Samuel H Wells ’55 (L) Richard C Wetzel ’71 Escar Gene Wood ’53 (L) AMERICAN Michael A Galano ’94 Dane R Grams ’94 (L) Eric D Hassman ’92 Joseph C Hawkins ’96 Eric D Linkov ASC APPALACHIAN STATE Johnathan A Berry ’89 (L) George B Brown ’95 (R) Michael G Burgess ’92 Robert B Burns ’90 (P) Doyle P Chambers ’95 (L) W Patrick Cobb ’86 (L) Kevin L Dioquino ’93 (L) Jeffry C Durand ’95 J Philip Fraley ’95 Stephen L Gore ’97 (R) Michael S Lingle ’95 (L) John H McPherson ’91 (P) Tracy E Miller ’94 Richard D Robinson ’95 Jonathan K Sattler ’87 (P) Andrew L Schmidt ’89 (R) Christopher C Upton ’97 Randy D Yelton ’92 (R) ARIZONA James P Aiello ’79 (R) G Barry Auten ’65 Peter Paul Barizon ’61 (R) Chad D Becker ’97 Jeffrey C Bell ’80 (P) Leland S Brake ’65 (R) James M Bright ’57 (P) Brad R Bruns ’80 (R) Dean Buchanan ’78 Salvatore Campagna ’56 (L) J Ferrell Colton ’37 (F)


William M Coombs ’87 (L) Don J Daniels ’52 Robert Ellis Davis ’47 Timothy C Deegan ’74 Michael M Dickerson ’78 (K) Bill Dinkmeyer ’52 (L) Howard L Enloe ’53 Thomas F Fassett ’78 (L) Henry W Felix ’50 Matthew W Gore ’95 John B Groh ’90 (L) James W Growney ’56 (P) Blaine Gutmacher ’45 (L) R Larry Hawkins ’54 (R) Kenneth W Heist ’42 (F) Charlie Hong ’95 (R) Vaughn A Hormann ’53 (P) Paul Dean Horn ’64 (F) Ely L Kahwaty ’90 Robert D Kemner ’87 (L) Jim C Keogh ’50 David R Klotz ’78 Kirk B Markland ’67 William Mattinson ’54 (R) John Richard McDonald ’55 (P) Fred B McLemore ’55 (L) Richard S Podgorski ASC George A Ponsford ’34 (R) Jon F Rowley ’89 (L) Steven S Schuyler ’87 (R) B M Smiland ’40 (R) Richard W Sprague ’37 Erick B Steffens ’67 (L) Thomas J Sutton ’66 Theodore E Thuma ’41 Paul J Thuringer ’76 David Wade Turner ’60 (P) Glen D Vondrick ’78 (F) William E Wheeler ’83 (R) Donald E Womack ’50 (P) ARIZONA STATE John Paul Butler ’66 Albert J Catroppa ’55 (R) James W Creasman ’35 (P) Mark A Freeman ’89 (R) Michael A Lindberg ’90 (R) Douglas Payne Todd ’51 (F) Charles D VanHyning ’96 Chad M Wolett ’94 (F) AUBURN Miles E Barnett ’56 (R) William C Bolen ’86 Fred L Bradford ’75 Joseph F Busta ’69 (R) Michael L Carroll ’71 (Sh) Ralph S Chabot ’59 Alexander Charleston ’91 (L) Alexander E Charleston ASC (L) Ralph T Cleage ’70 (F) E Bryant Crutchfield ’59 (P) Robert W Dade ’67 (R) Thomas S Denney ’60 Jeffrey R Dixon ’95 Larry Allen Doss ’66 Christopher S Drescher ’93 Cloyd T Dunn ’89 (R) Timothy E Fitzsimmons ’80 (L) Patrick L Fly ’86 Sam Lou Ginn ’59 (R) Jimmie Ralph Hall ’54 Douglas M Harding ’57 (R) Michael R Harris ’69 (P) Henry W Hartsfield ’54 (F) Lawrence L Hearn ’62 (L) Terry O Holloway ’78 Benjamin F Howell ’62 (R) Thomas E Hurst ’76 (L) Scott E Johnson ’81 (F) Thomas M Lindsey ’66 (L) Rogers C McCauley ’56 (P) Robert E McKelvey ’66 (P) Marcus G Monk ’65 (Sc) Michael V Mullen ’92 Lawrence L Norman ’58 (L) Bradley S Roberts ’86 Joseph D Roh ’94 David F Rossman ’91 David C Schulz ’60 (L) Joel R Smith ’52 Ronald H Snow ’62 (P) C Alan Stanfield ’63 (P) Nicholas G Trial ’94 John G Walker ’55 (R) Richard Bryan Webb ’65 (P) Dennis T Woodling ’83 (F) Luther M Young ’69 (K)

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AUGUSTA Myron S Amar ’88 Perry E Austin ’84 Carlo Bracci Sr ASC (R) Michael R Davenport ’97 Joseph B Harris ’82 (R) Leonard M Manning Sr ’81 (R) Ronald D McCoy ’84 (F) Gary W Roberson ’92 Steven W Thomas ’84 (R) Charles B Valder ’82 (F) BALL STATE Dennis A Ault ’72 (P) Stephen R Baron ’71 James F Barrett ’66 Chris R Bower ’91 (L) Carl R Brehmer ’60 (P) Charles E Chapman ’75 (L) Randall D Clark ’80 (L) Scott D Clifford ’82 Daniel G Courtney ’87 (R) Max Goecker ’88 (F) Leslie H Gumbiner ’65 (P) Thomas E Habart ’67 (R) Jack M Harlos ’91 Thomas L Hart ’60 (F) Bruce R Hiday ’69 (P) Joseph F Hodge ’90 (R) John P Ingermann ’67 (L) Jeff Kingsbury ’90 (R)

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James M Marascio ’93 (R) Michael S Mazzotta ’93 (R) Kevin D McCassey ’95 Scott A Mecca ’91 Michael A Prestash ’95 William J Reilly ’97 Mark F Sabatino ’92 Kenneth J Sousa FAC (R) BUFFALO Kyle M Bennett ’92 (R) James A Eaton ’81 (R) Howard I Goldberg ’93 (L) Gregory J Mintz ’90 Wm H Mountain ’31 (F) Eric R Voigt ’92 CAL POLY Gary W Caulkins ’68 (R) Paul R Fuchslin ’95 Humberto Graciano ’90 Victor Y Ho ’90 Alan C Ladrillono ’92 Mark C Manahan ’97 Myron M Moya ’91 Troy M Tossy ’91 (R) CALIFORNIA UNIV-PA David H Byers ’75 Gary A Churella ’75 Berardino J DiBernardi ’76 (P) Michael A Guerino ’79 (P)

Top 15 # of Donors DePauw Penn State Illinois Ohio State Iowa State Michigan State Connecticut Indiana Iowa Southern California Arizona Florida Miami Purdue Auburn Idaho

Thomas S Kuntz ’80 (R) Robert R Lawrence ASC Clifford C Lewis ’71 (R) Brian W Martin ’99 Richard N McKaig ’66 (F) Robert B McMath ’84 (L) Douglas B Mueller ’81 Robert E Myers ’92 (L) Joseph C Neirinck ’63 (K) Michael L Pease ’86 (R) Robert K Poyer ’73 (F) Michael J Schweitzer ’71 Simon A Short ’99 Charles K Smeltzer ’73 Randy J Smith ’76 (L) James T Starkey ’69 Robert D Thornburg ’64 (R) Johnny E Trotter ’73 (L) Robert Scott Van Zant ’80 (L) Keith A Waltz ’82 (K) Michael M Witte ’89 BEHREND Alan G Cornell ’95 Erich J Sanchack ’92 BIRMINGHAM James O Smith ’72 BRYANT John R Kennedy ’90 (R) Daryl F LaFiura ’91

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Edward A Hornyak ’85 Andrew T Kelley ’95 Vance S Keslar ’95 Bruce W Maquilken ’80 Robert J Morgan ’75 Michael L Seguin ’78 CENTRAL MICHIGAN Robert B Bennett ’90 (P) Joseph J Butkovich ’85 Brian C Closs ’84 (R) Mark S Dabran ’84 (R) David A Grey ’89 (L) CENTRAL MISSOURI Michael B Bell ’83 Ryan R Boozell ’98 Phillip H Cain ’76 Brian E Capps ’78 (R) Stephen S Clark ’98 Kelvin R Cole ’70 (F) Ronald B Cummings ’87 (R) Jerry W Daugherty ’88 John B Dorgan ’70 (L) Bart A Etzenhouser ’82 Michael S Faulkner ’98 Jeffrey E Fields ’84 Gary L Howland ’70 Shannon C Johnson ’88 (L) Gregory W Kranz ’78 Bruce A Loyd ’75 (P)

Thomas K McNeely ’90 Thomas P Mullaney ’96 Paul H Niemann ’74 (L) Rodney A Prall ’84 Charles D Rutt ’79 Daniel L Strode ’71 Paul E Strombeck ’70 (F) John P Thurmon ’89 (P) Glenn A Usery ’86 (R) Curtis J Wilhelmsen ’78 CHICO Jeffrey H Albright ’87 (P) Christopher P Collins ’90 Michael A Evans ’87 (R) Dale J Faubert ’89 (L) Mark P Herberger ’95 (R) Steele A Kelly ’91 (L) Jack M Klosterman ASC Henry M Lince ’89 Bryon L McDougall ’89 (R) Michael J Oliver ’90 Thomas J Spadoni ASC CLEMSON Michael J Alexander ’93 (L) Richard A Bender ASC Jeremy R Erling ’94 (P) Clinton A Herring ’91 Carl M Lund ’92 (R) John C Rivers ASC (L) Scott G Ruzycki ’92 (L) T Mark Smith ’92 David M Steinberg ’92 (R) COLORADO Jeffrey K Betzoldt ’85 (R) Cory J Flohr ’94 (L) Gerard J Gietl ’97 William L Murakami ’88 (R) Ian R Patrick ’91 (L) Douglas W Radtke ’87 (L) John C Sullivan ’84 (R) James N Weisberg ’85 (R) Adam Zax ’84 (F) K Spencer Zinn ’90 (L) COLUMBIA Lee N Newcomer ’35 COLUMBUS Frank H Phillips ’84 CONNECTICUT Martin R Anastasio ’63 (F) Walter S Bailey ’87 Eric J Bennett ’88 (P) Frank C Briganti ’93 Gerald F Conaty ’56 Albert A Coppola ’55 (R) Vito D’Aiuto ’55 (R) Robert J DeMarini ’67 John B Dineen ’89 (P) Orest Tadey Dubno ’62 David A Edgar ’87 Daniel Esposito ’67 Gregory M Feduik ’78 (R) Walter A Feldmann ’85 Mark Fitzgerald ’78 (F) James P Gareau ’93 (R) Steven H Goldberg ’89 (F) Gregory J Gorski ’72 Seth R Greenspan ’88 (R) Richard E Grenier ’59 Wesley D Hrynchuk ’59 (R) Gordon C Hurlbert ’81 (R) James R Klase ’87 C A Krapels ’58 (R) Keith G LaRose ’84 (P) John K Leonard ’80 (R) Jeffrey I Lewis ’83 (R) Richard E Madden ’69 Vincent S Maniscalco ’86 (L) Dennis J Maroney ’89 (L) Walter P Marschall ’59 (P) Charles E Martens ’59 Gerald J Martin ’62 (P) Earl E McCann ’58 (P) Gregory A Michaud ’90 Paul A Monaco ’59 (P) Russell K Nash ’75 (F) Jeffrey C Nicholas ’83 (L) Jon L Norris ’63 (P) John A Novak ’75 (R) Philip W Ostapko ’59 Fred H Page ’79 (P) Vincent R Petrecca ’62 (P) Gerard T Pfeiffer ’57 Paul L Picciani ’89 (K)

Dane Proctor ’70 Matthew L Rogalla ’58 Jon M Russo ’89 (F) John H Schaefer ’66 (R) Jonathan M Schofield ’62 (P) Guy R Scribner ’66 Duncan J Silver ’61 (P) Aaron J Spicker ’86 (R) Salvatore Spinola ’63 (R) James A Stolfi ’86 (P) Richard P Tarantino ’68 Frank Tavera ’85 (R) Ronald T Topping ’58 (R) Domenick P Treschitta ’63 (P) John G Tunila ’81 (F) Michael Velgouse ’62 (R) John J Walton ’65 David A Wettstone ’84 (L) Craig R Wonson ’92 (L) Gerald J Zadroga ’90 (L) George Zettergren ’55 CORNELL Charles H Adams ’51 Harry L Ammerman ’52 Robert P Baird ’50 (R) Lee Porter Berlin ’58 (L) John G Canyock ’61 (L) John E Coleman ’29 (F) David On-Pong Eng ’75 Henry R Fechtman ’34 Walter T Foley ’53 (R) Benjamin Franklin ’50 (R) Robert T Garrett ’68 (R) Matthew S Ginsburg ’96 Richard A Haggard ’58 Robert V Hunter ’29 (R) Richard F Kauders ’69 (C) Seth A Klarman ’79 (R) Richard W Lindsay ’56 Timothy C Metcalf ’74 (R) Alfred C Metz ’44 (L) Michael D Nadler ’56 (P) Robert F Ogden ’37 (R) LtCol John W Ohlsen ’62 (L) Richard C Oppelt ’75 (R) Philip J Priore ’47 Richard E Schwab ’69 (L) James M Shaw ’45 (P) Herbert K Shay ’29 Eric G Sickels ’77 (F) Richard L Wagner ’42 (R) David B Walmsley ’89 David Kershner Weber ’68 (F) William Zuk ’45 CREIGHTON John W Hess ’75 (F) Daniel J Mages ’88 (L) Christopher E Sandquist ’94 DAVIS Derek M Smith ’91 Mark R Stewart ’95 Justin A Tucker ’94 DELAWARE Ivan J Gautier ’92 (R) Charles W Puls ’91 (L) Alan A Reuter ’93 DENISON David T Abbott ’74 Todd L Biegler ’82 (R) David H Daugherty ’87 (L) James W McCracken ’90 (L) Kenneth R Reeder ’74 (P) John W Slade ASC (P) Jackson E Winters ’88 (R) Kevin W Zeller ’71 (P) DEPAUW Craig H Adams ’90 (P) John D Armstrong ’40 (R) William C Ashman ’52 Charles L Baldwin ’47 James R Bartlett ’66 (R) James Oscar Baxter ’39 (R) Ben H Beck ’97 David B Becker ’75 (R) Lester E Beesley ’50 (P) Fredrick L Bergmann FAC Robert W Biddinger ’50 (L) Dan Richard Blunt ’63 (L) James S Bozzo ’87 James S Briggs ’59 Alan Richard Brill ’64 (P) Mark F Brower ’77 (R) Norman F H Buck ’40

Howard L Bull ’64 (L) John M Burgett ’59 (L) Thomas E Burney ’40 (R) Cary D Bussema ’78 Richard T Carlin ’68 (R) Robert R Carpenter ’77 David J Carr ’81 (R) W Craig Chamberlin ’51 John A Chandler ’30 (R) James R Clark ’66 (L) Lawrence Clarkson ’60 (C) Benjamin G Cochran ’55 (L) Tommy L Collins ’70 Eric B Combs ’83 Michael L Coogan ’82 John L Cowan ’63 (L) Richard B Crandall ’49 Benjamin L Crue ’46 (L) Michael A Curtis ’93 (R) Joseph Henry Danks ’65 (L) Geoffrey M Day ’85 (R) Delfino F De Leon ’77 M Keith DeArmond ’58 Donald Delves ’78 Paul W Deppert ’47 (P) David M Dickens ’87 (L)

John R Scatterday ’50 (R) Leroy J Schurmeier ’59 (P) Edward G Schussler ’65 (F) G Walter Scott ’37 (F) James E Sergent ’89 (L) Carl K Shafer ’64 (L) John T Siefert ’89 (L) Michael L Slavkin ’93 David Andrew Smith ’81 Robert P Snyder ’60 (L) Bryan D Sorge ’87 (L) Charles B Stafford ’58 Norman L Steffen ’50 Michael D Stehlik ’86 (L) Thomas L Stevens ’52 (P) John Gardner Stevenson ’89 Paul N Stewart ’60 (R) Michael G Stout ’78 (F) Norman E Strasma ’54 (P) Gregory D Taylor ’86 (L) Steven A Thorne ’74 (R) Larry N Tibbetts ’56 (L) Norman F Tower ’34 (R) Kenneth S Tramel ’81 (R) B H Walters ’63 Robert D Walters ’80 (P)

Donald L Lindsey ’90 (L) Christopher J Pippard ’93 Eric M Schneider ’85 (R) EMBRY-RIDDLE Peter M Bix ’78 (F) David C Bizar ’87 (R) J Lee Clements ’79 (P) Steven T Cloyd ’97 James F Dykes ’78 (P) Ralph J Fabozzi ’73 (F) Daniel R Frattin ’96 Edward Fusco ’73 (K) David R Gallagher ’78 (F) Paul J Giacomuzzi ’78 (F) Anthony C Goczalk ’77 (F) Brian C Harbert ’84 (L) Jeffrey S Hornyak ’90 Boyd D Kelly ’92 (L) Gregory C Lawton ’72 (R) Dean A Lefebvre ’92 Ivan L Lind ’73 Courtney C Marshall ’97 Steven R McCowan ’98 Dennis L Miendersma ’72 (P) Geoffrey C Murray ’87 (L)

Barry A Eller ’71 (F) Keith W EnEarl ’29 (R) Richard W Erickson ’71 (L) Brian P Fahey ’94 John M Fickling ’50 (L) Dennis Lee Fielder ’66 (F) Richard E Fingerle ’76 (R) James R Fisher ’52 (R) Mark F Fisher ’85 Jason R Fusco ’96 Michael V Geary ’90 (R) R Ross Haeger ’40 James H Hardy ’86 (R) James R Henderson ’69 Dennis A Hoyt ’76 (L) Joseph Jurkowski ’70 (R) Gerald Lee Keenan ’69 Michael D Lafever ’81 (P) Warren H Lampert ’89 (R) Charles R Lee ’51 (R) Mark T Luttier ’77 (P) Robert R Lynch ’56 (P) Thomas M Maroldy ’57 (L) Roger Ellis Miller ’42 (L) William A Miller ’73 Armand Mouw ’49 (P)

“(Beneath) my tough and proper exterior, I have a tender heart and I tried my hardest not to cry the night you gave me the news, but the fact remains that what you have done for me is truly a blessing.” - Raul Aguinaga, Stephen F. Austin ’02, scholarship recipient. Glenn D Dill ’87 Raymond A Down ’65 (L) Donald H Driemeier ’60 (R) William F Edington ’43 Dale E Espich ’51 (F) B Fiske Field ’47 (F) Ragnar V Flesvig ’89 (L) William G Fox ’88 (L) Michael J Giesecke ’92 Mark C Goebel ’78 (F) Scott P Granger ’75 Kent M Grathwohl ’85 Frederick M Green ’66 Herbert E Grimes ’49 (R) John B Gross ’42 Larry K Hardin ’57 (R) C Bruce Hardy ’40 (L) David L Harlor ’78 (P) T Lyle Harlor ’48 (P) E Thomas Harnish ’44 (P) William G Hibbs ’44 (L) James A Hill ’83 Robert J Hill ’96 John E Hoadley ’50 (R) James M Holland ’54 (R) Richard C Holland ’52 (R) Phillip W Holstrom ’84 Carl Howard ’42 (L) Gregory P Irwin ’97 E Edward Isaac ’29 (F) Ray S Jacobs ’47 David E Jones ’84 Ryan M Knauff ’98 Leland A Lahr ’52 (P) G Frederick Lambert ’40 (R) Thomas P Laskey ’83 Jack A Lawrence ’89 Jeffrey A Leinicke ’65 Richard A Lutes ’72 (P) Jeffrey S Main ’89 (R) Robert David Mann ’63 (R) Roger K McAlister ’75 (L) Richard H McCarty ’51 (P) Charles W McConnell ’61 (P) Kenneth L Merrick ’48 (F) Andrew B Moline ’98 Larry Gene Moore ’61 (P) David J Morehead ’53 (P) Michael J Moskos ’85 (Sh) Michael J Neff ’77 Roger B Nelsen ’64 (L) David M Nelson ’64 George W Obear ’30 (M) Carlos Ortiz ’92 (L) Jason R Pagels ’98 Parker Pengilly ’35 (L) Jerry D Pontius ’56 (R) Charles E Racine ’59 (R) Charles Edward Ray ’58 (F) Steven M Ray ’88 (L) James C Roach ’97 Edward M Roob ’56 (R) James J Roscoe ’70

John R Warner ’43 (F) Harry Watts ’34 (L) Jonathan C Weed ’91 (R) Robert G Weideman ’45 George F Weikert ’51 Bill White ’53 Robert Wickersham ’61 (R) Randall H Wilhelm ’86 (L) Richard H Williams ’41 William D Wilson ’75 (R) Carl F Woessner ’43 (P) Lee Axtell Wood ’46 Robert S Wright ’48 Wendell S Wright ’38 (P) Adam L Yoder ’97 James D Young ’83 (R) John Harley Young ’44 Steven T Zimmerman ’65

John E Noble ’84 (L) Paul Oehler ’87 David S Paladino ’82 (P) Edward Pascavage ’96 Richard H Paulsen ’97 (L) Patrick J Phelan ’72 (P) Kirk S Price ’71 (F) Roger R Romaker ’82 Michael E Senn ’91 (L) William R Tallman ’95 (F) Tyron F Tanner ’93 Robert D Telep ’97 William H Toohey ’71 (R) Daniel R Turner ’93 (R) Mark W Weiler ’82 (L) Edward J White ’80 (R) Paul G White ’78 David B Wright ’78

Phillip L Noe ’92 (P) William Alan Pinto ’69 (R) Clayton T Roberts ’31 (NF) David Rosenfeld ’83 (P) Adam J Rutstein ’00 Richard R Schultz ’67 (R) John K Seeberger ’81 (R) Keith R Shriver ’79 (P) James H Swann ’82 (L) John C Trent ’72 Russell J Vara ’66 Christopher F Waite ’89 (L) Steven P Watkins ’92 William R Weis ASC (L) James J Zehentbauer ’84 (L)

DUQUESNE Scott E Lacey ’95 (L) Shawn K Milano ’96

FERRIS STATE Jonathan L Dehring ’97 Keith F Siegmann ’96

EAST CAROLINA Richard C Brown ’92 Robert S Matheny ’93 (L) Michael R Nichols ’93 (L)

FLORIDA John Langley Adair ’52 Anthony W Albano ’75 (F) Robert H Bacchus ’87 (L) Edward W Bohm ’86 Martin A Brungard ’83 (R) Carey E Cavanaugh ’76 (L) John David Cox ’75 Michael K Dresback ’95 Russell H Driscoll ’57 (R)

FLORIDA STATE B James Banks ’87 (L) David F Dickey ’71 Cpt Stewart M Ebaugh ’88 (L) Andrew S Flint ’95 Jack L Herring ’65 (R) Robert E Hoerter ’63 (R) Jack C Isaacs ’90 William S Lutz ’64 (L) Leslie D McCallum ’65 (R) William T Osolin ’80 (R) Michael D Samitt ’88 (L) Earl T Watkins ’84 (R)

EAST TEXAS Graham D Dockery ’75 (R) EASTERN ILLINOIS Daniel E Ahlgrim ’94 Jay R Anderson ’79 (P) Stephen F Anderson ’71 (P) Michael H Ashby ASC Bruce E Beard ’81 David A Bogdan ’79 Adam F Carper ’94 James B Derwort ’70 John Edward Derwort ’68 (F) Robert E Dunn John A Harrer ’85 Larry C Heaton ’78 (R) Bernard J Jumbeck ’69 (R) Dwight H Kensil ’80 (P) Daniel Loftus ’90 (R) Mark E McKinney ’73 (R) J C Nashland ’68 Michael Novotny ’76 (P) John P O’Reilly ’89 (R) Gary E Poskin ’75 (L) James D Price ’74 (R) Christopher W Roberts ’83 (P) Mark A Roberts ’90 (L) Arthur R Sandberg ’72 (R) John L Shull ’74 Robert L Urbance ’81 (R) Darren C White ’95 (L) Rev John D White ’77 (R) Terry Arthur White ’70


FREDONIA Michael S Bleecher ’93 (L) Matthew M W Guffey ’94 (L) Leo R Klein ’94 (L) Jeffrey M Leone ’94 (L) Christopher M Loss ’94 James P Sturm ASC (P) Kevin R Sullivan ’94 FROSTBURG John R Burgee ’91 H Eric Chadwick ’91 Andrew C Fleischer ’90 (L) Dean J Wilkinson ’92 FULLERTON Thomas Harris Black ’68 (R) Kevin H Dahlin ’80 (R) Danial A DeLaHunt ’92 Michael Lee Greedy ’67 (P) Michael E Johnson ’85 (R) Kenneth R McCune ’69 (F) Dwight C Millard ’86 (L) Michael K Morrissey ’81 (R) Branton R Nash ’79 John C Nevin ’69 (F) Richard P Prior ’87 (L) Reymundo O Rangel ’79 Thomas P Restelli ’72 (L) Bradley J Saunders ’82 Thomas F Scully ’69 (R) Geary M Smith ’72 (P) Wayne M Spicer ’70 GANNON John E Assini ’74 John A Cannella ’70 Bradley P Colwell ’70 Thomas N Costa ’73 (L) Kevin R Dieterle ’78 Randall B Heemer ’79 (P) Neal J Kelly ’71 James N Klein ’70 Jonathan R Lasecki ’85 Thad J Lewandowski ’76 (P) James C Link ’71 (L) Donald McAleer ’75 Peter J Meyer ’85 Paul M Modzelewski ASC David M Smilek ’87 Jonathan J Vidal ’94 William A Williams ’83 (F)

GEORGIA TECH David A Bachmann ’98 Scott M Benedict ’92 Michael K Boudreau ’93 (L) Richard W delaGuardia ’95 (L) James A Kenyon ’96 (L) Craig J LaCava ’95 Andrew B Smith ’94 (P) Lyle E Sprinkle ’96 (R) GORHAM STATE Jeffrey C Allen ’79 Gerard J Bernier ’76 Patrick E Constantine ’76 (R) Michael R Cormier ’71 Donald R Cote ’77 James F Doughty ’78 (R) Dana L Dow ’73 (P) Matthew R Ellis ’91 Mark R Gardner ’77 Robert J Harmon ’76 (L) Willard Hibbard ’70 Sean F Kilfoil ’87 (P) Michael K Lee ’88 Kenneth D Marston ’78 Robert A Morang ’69 David T Ouellet ’74 John L Richard ’77 Mark V Scarano ’91 Richard G Talbot ’69 (L) Steven T Weir ’75 (P) HAYWARD Louis J Fresquez ’95 Mark R Halfon ’91 Terence W Judkins ’92 (R) Richard W Post ’93 (L) Ted W Ramos ’96 Benny Z Sun ’89 (R)

GEORGIA SOUTHERN Jeffrey A Thomas ’84 (L) William L Thomas ’87 Gilbert H Werntz ’85 (F)

HOBART Robert O Banker ’60 (R) John A Booth ’89 (L) Robert H Brunner ’64 (L) Wayne H Butler ’79 Roberto C Del Rosal ’89 Gary Jon Deys ’66 (P) Cortland D Field ’61 (L) Joseph B Fowler ’64 (L) Richard S Gates ’78 Timothy R George ’74 David F Gipner ’63 (L) Laurence N Hale ’95 Edward H Hirsch ’56 (P) Stephen C Johansen ’64 (L) Harold Jay Jones ’50 John R Keith ’59 Robert R Lawrence ’50 (R) E Duane Meyer ’58 (L) James F Moriarty ’53 (R) Harry P Ruske ’50 Arthur S Spangler ’71 (P) Paul H Stearns ’51 (R) David Vogel ’87 (F) Timothy F Washburn ’68 Alvin I Yamashiro ’66 (R) Ludwig Ziegelmair ’57 (R)

GEORGIA SOUTHWESTERN Donald W Housend (R) Curtis L Overstreet ’82 (L)

HOUSTON John Alan Braden ’67 (R) Ted J Davis ’74

GEORGETOWN Albert T Gonzales ’39 GEORGIA Brian E Flaherty ’85 (R) Ronald D Garrison ’72 (F) Joe D Jackson ’75 (R) Lance G Kern ’82 C Wade McGuffey ’73 (F) Thomas W Rymer ’70 (F) David M Tharp ’72 (P)

EASTERN WASHINGTON Glenn K Adams ’85 Daren J Carstens ’91 (L) Philip J R Fruchtl ASC

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HUNTSVILLE Howard J Hall ’78 (L) Charles R Kelley ’79 (F) James D Nelson ’90 (R) Jeffrey M Rakestraw ’92 (R) William C Sharples ASC (R) David W Swinford ’82 IDAHO John L Aram ’36 (R) Michael J Arrillaga ASC (L) Alan T Bermensolo ’76 (R) Corwin C Biehl ’42 Vernon D Burklund ’48 (R) John Douglas Bush ’71 (R) Kelly J Carper ’88 Timothy J Carper ’79 Clair Christianson ’46 (P) John Oren Cossel ’67 John L DiMicco ’84 Edward B Greef ’45 (R) Sam H Ham ASC Donald M Harris ’57 Claude Hart ’38 (R) Reagon D Hatch ’82 John F Hayden ’33 David L Hoffman ’77 (L) Max L Hoskins ’68 (P) Jerry Jacobson ’53 Edward R Johnson ’84 Donald E Jones ’55 Harry W Knox ’75 David C Koelsch ’69 (P) Eric W Koelsch ’74 (P) Robert J Lamphere ’40 (R) Robert Norman Lea ’63 (L) Dustin J Lee ’95 Fred N Locke ’40 Herbert S Malany ’62 William D Marshall ’39 (F) William T McGarry ’81 (R) Howard I Monks ’42 David M Moore ’68 (F) Larry Dean Moss ’58 (P) David Earl Nielsen ’66 (P) Charles D Otto ’57 (L) James C Shaw ’62 John F Tate ’64 (F) Eugene Thompson ’46 (R) Lt Richard L Townsend ’87 (L) Don Duane Vogler ’60 (R)

Shaun M Wardle ’98 Ellwood V Werry ’51 (L) Mark H Wolfe ’79 IDAHO STATE Charles N Graham ’74 (R) ILLINOIS Calvin K Agger ’49 (P) Timothy P Arenberg ’79 (F) Stanley G Bergbom ’37 (L) Bernard F Biegel ’78 (L) Wayne Earl Binkley ’56 (P) Mark R Borelli ’81 (P) Raymond F Borelli ’58 (C) Richard J Bowers ’51 (L) Kenneth A Buel ’57 (P) Terry Lee Carius ’70 John Merel Cazel ’56 (P) Michael J Cheaure ’86 Richard Chenoweth ’58 (F) Ronald D Clayton ’54 (P) Gary R Coffey ’53 (P) Earl Hazen Drew ’29 (Sh) Joseph N Elliott ’85 Wesley F Fisher ’29 (P) Philip H Flick ’53 (F) Jerrol Lee Flood ’51 George M Flynn ’77 (P) James R Gaebe ’59 (F) Matthew D Garrett ’95 (L) Richard L Genovese ’67 (P) Thomas E Gordon ’74 (P) Delph A Gustitus ’84 (L) Eric I Haaga ’73 (R) Matthew A Hagemann ’85 (P) Charles P Henness ’62 (R) John M Hill ’82 William G Hillier ’81 (P) Frank C Hinds FAC (P) James R Hodgson ’71 (P) William D Holmes ’51 (P) Henry R Hosman ’59 (P) Frank Jantac ’30 (F) Robert J Jensen ’48 Dan Wilbert Kaspar ’69 (L) Kevin J Kell ’73 (R) Robert A Kingery ’50 (R) Michael J Kinkelaar ’79 (P) Thomas E Kirkenmeier ’77 Gene J Kocian ’71

Robert F Kopale ’82 Scott E Koves ’69 William J Koves ’66 Frank J Lather ’40 Timothy J Leahy ’82 Robert Carl Liden ’67 (P) Ralph L Lindblad ’41 (L) John A Lindemann ’50 (F) Jeffrey W Long ’74 (F) William A Loutos ’79 Robert A Magnusson ’55 (F) Richard S Marsho ’62 (P) Raymond A Mathews ’76 (R) Douglas H McGown ’73 Robert Meinershagen ’68 (P) Richard Dean Mills ’51 Charles C Morris ’55 C Richard Nash ’55 (L) Howard A Partch ’63 (R) C Don Paulsell ’65 (P) Kenneth R Pergrem ’51 Scott A Reed ’81 (F) David H Rees ’79 (L) John M Russo ’77 Arthur W Sackrison ’51 (F) Theodore G Samuelson ’48 Paul A Sauer ’83 (L) James A Schaffner ’67 (P) Steven W Schroeder ’77 (L) Roger A Serpe ’72 Daniel W Snyder ’50 (F) James F Spierling ’54 (R) Kurt A Steger ’78 Donald F Sternard ’83 (L) Jay R Sturm ’51 (P) Paul J Swanson ’55 (R) Jack C Thornton ’61 Donald K Thorp ’85 (L) Thomas A Tingleff ’68 James E Trautman ’63 (P) Gerald Unks ’58 (R) William D Vedral ’67 Donald R Vonnahme ’64 (L) Frank K Voris ’61 (K) Harold N Voss ’51 (P) Maurice F Walser ’31 Robert A Wilson ’57 (R) ILLINOIS STATE Benjamin E Brewer ’90 Gary S Buck ’79 (F)

John D Dorner ’91 (F) Steven J Freeman ’89 (L) Jai J Kalsy ’93 Steven F Levin ’85 (R) Fred L Lotter ’76 (P) Dennis E Mendel ’92 (L) William M Moser ’81 William D Plate ’81 Michael J Welsh FAC (K) INDIANA William B Baker ’57 Glen J Beams ’38 (F) Ralph W Bentle ’36 (R) Eric S Berwin ’93 Corbin E Bolinger ’52 (P) John M Cecere ’84 (L) John G Copeland ’49 (K) Jay E Coy ’84 (R) Dennis K Cuffel ’86 (P) Ralph W Duckwall ’42 John Miller Galvin ’54 (K) Theodore Garrison ’53 (R) Frederick C Gehrke ’57 (L) Gary Max Hayes ’62 Brian C Heeren ’86 (F) Bruce A Hewetson ’73 (R) Wayland Ray Hicks ’65 (P) Maurice J Hill ’42 (P) Stephen P Hoeferle ’79 (L) John P Hooning ’57 (R) Thomas A Hoover ’78 Charles D Hopkins ’47 (R) John E Hurt ’35 (K) Paul G Jasper ’32 (F) R Keith Johnson ’61 (R) Matthew J Kremke ’91 (L) Donald H Krueger ’46 Peter John Leets ’69 (F) Richard C Leopold ASC Norman M Lewis ’69 (L) Gregory E Lindsay ’70 (L) George F Miller ’39 (R) Walter J Miller ’51 Max Edward Mohler ’60 (K) Gregory P Ness ’87 (L) Timothy G Nusbaum ’70 Charles S O’Lessker ’85 (R) Derk R Osenberg ’88 (L) Matthew H Paine ’97 Edwynn L Platt ’83 (L) Andrew K Powell ’77 (L) F. Verne Powell ’74 (F) George M Powell ’79 (P) John W Richeson ’36 Donald Edward Rodda ’69 (R) Christopher D Rutherford ’91 Connor K Salm ’48 (R) Guy E Sandberg ’50 Matthew L Smith ’90 (L) Walter E Stebing ’40 (R) Jeffrey B Sturgis ’81 (L) L Eugene Tanner ’55 (Sh) V Keith Taranto ’98 Douglas L Tate ’81 (L) Robert G Vendl ’85 (L) Henry E Wahl ’36 (F) David C Warren ’90 Thomas L Weintraut ASC Eugene G Wilson ’72 Roger A Wolcott ’59 IOWA James W Anderlik ’66 (L) Donald M Angus ’40 (R) Glenn D Atkinson ’48 (R) Larry P Audlehelm ’71 (K) Robert A Beardsley ’83 (F) Kenneth A Bergman ’52 (R) Charles H Blunt ’59 (R) Irvin L Cirks ’51 (L) Richard D Eisenlauer ’75 Jon C Faber ’88 (L) Gregory W Fletcher ’77 Jeffrey W Glazer ’73 (L) Steven D Goldstein ’82 (P) Christopher T Gray ’94 Randall K Hadley ’77 (L) John M Hale ’72 (L) Thomas W Halupnik ’70 (P) Robert J Hamlin ’86 (R) Thomas A Hansen ’62 (R) David A Hanson ’86 George W Keyes ’43 (P) Paul E Koehneke ’37 Michael A Koh ’95 William L Kruger ’84 Dr Keith E Kucera ’82 (L) Paul Larson ’92 Mark A Law ’97 Kenneth R Lepley ’70 (R)


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Charles F Lockhart ’65 (R) Lyle A Lynn ’30 (F) Alan H Malecha ’67 Frederick R McLain ’66 Gary H Mears ’58 (R) Matthew W Meiners ’93 (L) Hugh R Miles ’78 Gregory J Myers ’87 (L) Kenneth A Padgham ’65 (R) David A Rewers ’88 Christopher A Schriever ’87 Jay D Shinkle ’86 Wallace T Shinkle ’57 (P) Robin D Shoop ’60 Michael S Silver ’84 (R) Todd P Smith ’90 (R) James R Starr ’73 (R) David M Stout ’77 Thomas R Sulentic ’70 (F) D Mickey Thomas ’52 (R) Bruce L Walker ’68 Francis E Watts ’41 (R) Stanley E Williams ’42 Thomas L Williams ’76 David Norman Young ’50 Walter H Zukof (P) IOWA STATE Gerald Estle Allen ’55 (P) Charles F Anderson ’49 (F) Steven E Barton ’79 (R) Robert E Benson ASC Brice A Blank ’94 (L) Boyd Wayne Boehlje ’61 (K) Gary L Borkowski ’81 (R) William H Boust ’48 John W Bradley ’62 (L) Richard H Buchanan ’58 (F) Clark L Carmichael ’58 (R) Wayne A Christ ’79 (P) Donald D Christoffersen ’78 (R) Robert E Cochran ’32 (R) Thomas E Code ’53 (F) Donald James Cowie ’69 (L) Lyle M Cressey ’34 (P) Philip B Crispell ’84 (R) Bruce W Daker ’79 (R) Gerald J Driscoll ASC Roland A Fagre ’43 (P) Stanley C Fagre ’40 (R) Ronald W Force ’63 (L) Max C Geise ’39 (R) John M Gioffredi ’78 (F) Kenneth J Hagan ’34 Richard P Hise ’55 (R) George R Hooper ’84 (R) George L Hopkins ’61 (F) John W Horch ’59 (F) Russel J Hunt ’83 (L) Gregory M Johnson ’72 Lawrence M Kemmer ’63 (R) Charles M Killion ASC Karl W King ’80 Aaron W Koch ’90 (R) B G Adam Koltz ’65 (P) William J Kooistra ’79 (P) Terry L Larson ’78 James A Leong ’89 Gary Allen Lewis ’67 (P) Steven J Luppes ’73 (L) Ronald A Manning ’56 Peter A Martinson ’84 (L) H Paul McCorkle ’32 William L McGinnis ’43 (L) Walter D McKinley ’33 Michael J McLain ’78 (R) Robert L Mersch ’60 (R) Ronald L Mock ’72 (L) Marc Alan Nichols ’68 (F) William Lyle Nolan ’62 (P) Arloe W Paul ’33 (K) Jeffrey E Philiph ’82 (F) Eric L Quee ’88 (L) William Rice Jr ’41 Alexander E Sampson ’37 (R) Scott A Schaefer ’85 (R) Charles W Schott ’64 (L) John F Sefcik ’76 Jan P Shoemaker ’67 (P) Doyle W Simonsen ’40 (R) Randall R Slater ’79 (R) Donald R Sobaski ’91 Sidney L Soldwish ’65 (L) John L Tuttle ’64 (R) Clarence L Van Donselaar ’63 Barry B Whipple ’67 (R) Wallace W Wicks ’49 R Kim Wilson ’77 (R) Robert R Winders ’43 (R) Charley H Wise ’48 (L) Benjamin C Wold ’66 (R)

JACKSONVILLE Clifford S Losen ’83 (P) James J Mulholland ’81 (R) JACKSONVILLE STATE Roger D Burton ’74 Stephen C Carlson ’68 David F Hale ’70 (F) Michael R Humphries ’76 John T Johnson ’75 William D Kinsaul ’70 (L) T J Moore ’71 (P) Grantland W Rice ’84 Richard H Ring ’76 (L) Patrick H Ryan ’88 James F Storey ’63 (F) JOHNSON & WALES Joseph R Matters ASC (L) JOHNSTOWN James M Chamiok ’78 R Jeffrey Fear ’76 (L) William E Gittler ’75 (P) Brian C Gulick ’79 (L) Theodore J Harchick ’78 James R Hitchner ’78 John E McKeehen ’83 John C Rafferty ’75 Anthony D Redding ’83 Christopher L Vitalos ’90 (L) KANSAS William A Anderson ’64 James J Ascher ’52 (C) Charles W Babcock ’35 (P) George W Beck ’48 (L) Larry Borcherding ’63 (R) William J Brady ’48 (P) Alan H Brightman ’67 (P) William P Bunyan ’61 (F) Lynn S Chinn FAC (R) John W Clinger ’72 Timothy A Crown ’86 (M) Forrest Lee Davis ’49 (P) Dennis D Depew ’80 (P) Harold C Donley ’50 Jack C Dryden ’53 (F) William W Elliot ’71 (R) Andrew S Flower ’90 Donald M Gates ’55 Solon B Gilmore ’46 (P) Kirke Grutzmacher ’52 (F) Doyle C Haberly ’48 (P) James R Hoefener ’55 (P) Barton M Hoglund ’54 (R) Timothy C Horvath ’79 John D Isaacs ’76 (P) Earl L Knauss ’55 (F) Kevin D Lafferty ’97 Lee Laux ’81 (P) Edward F McCallum ’56 (K) Michael J Moriarty ’98 John C Neely ’51 (R) Richard E Nelson ’71 (P) Theodore R Resnik ’67 (P) George M Seymour ’32 (R) Stephen H Simonds ’68 (F) Robert S Svensen ’84 Ronald Lee Taff ’59 (R) Kenneth F Troup ’47 Jimmie J Underwood ’51 (Sh) William B Vollbracht ’60 (K) Matthew J Weishaar ’91 (L) James E Wheat ’52 (P) Richard E White ’51 Charles Wright ’41 (P) KANSAS CITY Gregory F Berger ’75 (R) Mark E Culver ’93 N Wayne Dwight ’69 (R) Patrick W Emmett ’69 (L) Christopher D Gates ’87 Leo J Hirner ’84 (L) Billy B Johnston ’72 (P) Kevin R Kelley ’86 (R) Michael Ellis Leeper ’69 (L) Bruce H Moen ’72 Thomas J O’Connell ’70 John Ray Perry ’57 (F) L Elliot Shubert ’66 (F) William M Smith ’71 (R) James M Wilcher ’88 KANSAS STATE Gregory T Armon ’71 Steven L Bihlmaier ’70 Keith R Cryderman ’63 (P) Michael K Dichiser ’95 Christopher M Donaldson ’95 John Scott Foster ’76 (R) Travis B Githens ’96

William R Hartman ’78 Thomas Warren Hunter ’69 Brandon M Konda ’99 Daniel O Neal ’73 Michael C Ott ’95 Stephen L Ross ’71 John A Southard ’75 Neil E Tucker ’73 (L) Roger A Vasconcells ’78 (P) KENT STATE Steven P Bossart ’90 (P) Daniel R Dansberg ’94 Anthony L Emery ’95 Mitchell A Gruber ’89 (R) KENTUCKY Christopher W Johnson ’77 (F) Paul F Litz ’75 Frederic G McLean ’39 (L) KETTERING-B Michael E Jeruzal L.S.U. Tino F Bernal ’89 Robert Lee Branch ’49 (F) Quinn M Coco ’40 (R) Claude M Corbett ’44 James V Ducote ’87 John B Dunlap ’86 William A Gosnell ’87 (L) Alvin B Kessler ’50 (F) David W LaCour ’91 (R) Jimmy D Long ’86 (R) Raymond E Manning ’42 (F) James C Noble ASC Arthur M Oustalet ’44 (K) Donald C Pitts ’44 (R) John Cobb Terral ’43 (L) Edwin S Vandenburg ’85 (R) Glenn A Weiss ’84 (P) LAKE FOREST Alan Morris Bills ’61 John B Campbell ’49 (P) Ronald P Kalseim ’53 Charles R Mann ’50 (P) Jack Schofield ’56 (P) LEHIGH Jonathan E Ansbacher ’87 (L) Charles F Bartlett ’88 (L)

Jerry L McGriff ’67 (P) Michael P Miles ’97 (L) Darrell E Morgan ’92 Michael S Presley ’88 Julian K Ptomey ASC (L) Edmond Joseph Renaud ’68 Terry O Walters ’77 LONG BEACH Alex A Accetta ’75 (P) Monta J Armstrong ’70 John P Braida ’81 Joy Earl Brown ’68 (R) Alvaro J Castillo ’97 Robert R Coghlan ’88 (L) Steven R Cohn ’74 (P) Mark E Davis ’69 (L) Mark T Hori ’74 Thomas M Johnson ’78 Edward A Loseman ’72 (K) Robert U Martin ’68 Scott E Miller ’88 (R) John C Morgan ’93 Kevin K Morrison ’75 (F) Richard A Olsson ’75 (R) Thomas J Provencher ’81 (P) Edward M Ramos ’98 Richard J Scott ’70 (P) Steven M Urrutia ’94 Jerry J Way ’93 LOUISIANA TECH John L Elfervig ASC (K) Liston Gardebled ASC Stephen D Henson FAC (P) Kerry S Lehman ’88 Christopher B Maxwell ’90 Kevin H Simmons ’87 (P) Robin D Sipes ’94 (R) W Dean Wilkerson ’92 (F) LOUISVILLE C Edward Beavers ’85 (P) Steven J Bizzell ’88 (R) Craig M Harbsmeier ’89 (L) Timothy S Riedling ’89 (F) Christopher E W Smith ’88 (R) MARQUETTE Stephen A Cottini ’87 Quinn E Eddins ’94 (R) Thomas M Farrelly ’86 (L)

Larry N Biddinger ’66 (L) John Alan Bishop ’56 (P) Michael B Bowman ’98 (L) Fielding Braffett ’63 William S Brougher ’63 W Murray Bullis ’51 Paul Richard Byrd ’51 (L) Mark L Casner ’77 (P) Ralph Christiansen ’58 James H Crawford ’84 James W Crecelius ’59 (R) Richard C Dunn ’45

“The Jackson Leadership College has helped me see that I can make a difference. By improving myself, I can make a difference.” -Ryan Koom, Northwest Missouri Kenneth W Cale ’76 Jesse B Carll ’72 Louis J DelJuidice ’93 (R) James E Detwiler ’71 (L) James M Dinneen ’64 (P) David J Donnelly ’87 (R) J Dixon Earley ’63 (R) Robert J Eason ’75 (F) Larrimore B Emmons ’57 Michael Henry Gage ’70 (R) Alan B Gilchrist ’63 William A Glaser ASC (F) James B Glass ’76 (P) Douglas J Grierson ’86 (L) Jan Eric Gustafson ’69 James H Houston ’60 Frederick B Johns ’90 (R) Gerald W Miller ’81 (R) Alan D Mosser ’82 (L) Gregory L Ohl ’83 (R) Nicholas A Papson ’72 Paul J Prutzman ’66 (P) Richard C Reilly ’67 (P) Robert G Riddett ’74 (F) Thomas C Roberts ’64 (L) Allen D Roth ’78 (R) Lt William B Schneck ’79 Robert D Schuchart ’67 (L) Russell L Schuetz ’75 (P) Henry W Steinkamp ’56 (L) Dale E Stevens ’66 John F Stillo ’72 Thomas E Tyson ’65 (R) Alex Umanetz ’53 (R) Marshall S Wenrich ’85 (L) Paul H Zink ’76 (R)

John R Gerdes ’79 Warren K Haeberle ’78 (K) Phillip M Hutchinson ’90 Brian P LoCicero ’88 (K) Kevin M LoCicero ’90 (P) Gregory K Man ’75 (R) Steven R Michels ’87 (C) David C Miller ’78 Michael B Murphy ’91 (L) Thomas E Nelson ASC (L) Robert J Novelli ’95 David A Schwabe ’85 Thomas W Tracy ’82 (L)

LIVINGSTON Smith D Boyd ’75 (K) Terry J Bunn ’76 Gregory C Coe ’76 (L) Rodney Harris ’69 (P)

MIAMI David W Apel ’57 James D Beeler ’63 (L) Ronald S Beerman ’96 (F) Vernon F Beyer ’59 (P)

MARYLAND Ronald M Abramson ’90 (L) Edward M Boock ’94 Andrew J Forman ’91 (R) Joseph M Kekeris ’90 MASSACHUSETTS Alexander Chan ’92 Michael Cusack ’74 (L) Thomas P Fantozzi ’84 Gary E Fitzpatrick ’75 Neil F Fitzpatrick ’72 (R) Marc S Hildebrant ’71 Mitchel A Lass ’91 Guy C Morin ’82 (F) Lawrence E Moyer ’74 Jason E Rose ’97 James T Walsh ’71 Miles C Washburn ’87 (Sh) Howard Alan Young ’69 MEMPHIS John M Smaha ’93 (R)

Gregory F Esterman ’86 (L) David B Evans ’78 (P) Donald C Fitzsimmons ’50 (L) Matthew J Focke ’79 Kenneth J Griffo ’95 Ronald F Hacker ’63 (P) John Carlton Hauck ’58 Clark J Hinkley ’63 Martin L Jervis ’71 (L) Jeffrey D Kirby ’89 (R) William H Klein ’42 (P) Michael H Kuzyk ’38 (R) Owen D Larrison ’50 John V Marstrell ’42 (P) Richard A McCreary ’65 Brian J McLaughlin ’81 (R) Douglas O McLemore ’69 (R) James W McNamee ’62 (F) Michael K Meyer ’91 James R Nesper ’57 (R) Eugene K Pembroke ’49 (P) Neal Reichelt ’66 (L) James H Rohrer ’63 (P) Gavin M Ryan ’82 (F) Cleo A Schemp ’50 (R) William H Schulte ’52 (P) David J Segmiller ’81 Kenneth R Simon ’61 (R) Scott R Sward ’72 (P) Charles Timberlake ’54 (P) Eric S Trux ’90 Gregory T Weitzel ’93 MICHIGAN Stephen Earl Baird ’64 (R) Bruce B Bjorseth ’54 Joseph C Burak ’98 John C Conroy ’50 (P) Gordon L Cox ’59 (F) David G Cunnings ’50 D Dick De Line ’49 (P) Walter B Dobbs ’51 (P)

David G Falconer ’62 (L) Robert Hollis Fear ’58 (L) James P Fuger ’82 (L) Harold M Gibbons ’50 (L) H Keith Hellems ’62 (P) Ryan A Hindmarsh ’95 John W Holmes ’65 (P) Philip T Holt ’68 Lt Col Richard Humes ’51 (P) Chris D Jensen ’95 (L) David S Karow ’94 Jeffrey M Klaiman ’93 Herbert E Koenig ’63 (R) Scott H Leak ’77 Ernest W Lueder ’78 Charles W MacGregor ’29 (F) James G McComb ’61 (P) Ralph E Norman ’49 William H O’Keeffe ’52 (R) Arthur J A Peltier ’49 (F) James W Richhart ’64 Jeffrey A Schoenherr ’91 (P) Donald W Shaffer ’53 (R) William F Stricker ’50 Marvin W Teutsch ’56 Charles A Waite ’60 Henry F Winchester ’51 (L) Sheldon Jay Wolberg ’67 (L) Barry Charles Wood ’61 (R) Stanley Zimostrad ’52 MICHIGAN STATE Michael H Agnello ’81 (L) Corado P Agresti ’54 Kenneth A Aschom ’76 (F) Lawrence Awwad ’91 (L) Robert S Baker ’92 (L) James Alan Bannan ’64 (F) Stephen C Barto ’80 (L) George D Bedell ’41 (P) David F Blunt ’68 Peter L Bodycombe ’80 Mark A Bourdo ’84 (L) Tony Brouillet ’58 Richard J Celello ’70 George I Chesley ’64 (P) Scott F Clemons ’77 (L) Henry W Collier ’64 (L) John P Daubenmeyer ’78 Allen Frank Davis ’61 James A Dawson ’94 James B Dibble ’53 Harold W Dunn ’35 (R) Joseph Eveland ’47 (R) Martin E Flynn ’78 (P) Tom S Gable ’47 (F) Thomas W Glasgow ’68 (C) Thomas L Gregory ’54 Gerald E Gutowski ’63 James R Harrington ’69 (L) Frederick W Harvey ’78 Gregory F Hauser ’75 (Sh) John H Hobbs ’81

Harold V Hoff ’43 Gordon W Hogle ’41 (P) James W Holman ’82 (P) Thomas S Horowitz ’87 (R) Marvin E Howell ’51 (P) Stuart P Jeffares ’84 (L) Sheldon F Keenan ’57 (R) John A Kerber ’94 (R) William G Koepke ’88 Joseph F Lacchia ’25 (Sh) Howard Hall Larson ’57 Douglas J Learmont ’88 (L) Richard J Lintner ’47 (P) Sean A Mentel ’95 (R) William L Meuleman ’40 (P) George Meyer ’54 (P) David A Miller ’92 Thomas O Monroe ’47 (K) Walter R Naas ’49 (P) Ernest T Nicotera ’51 (L) Thomas J Petitto ’93 (L) Richard C Piranian ’84 John J Polakowski ’83 (P) Myron E Ranney ’56 (P) Joseph E Roe ’85 (R) Michael V Sadlowski ’77 (L) Randall W Schreiber ’92 (R) Jeffrey B Shull ’83 (R) Harry John Smith ’50 Michael E Smith ’92 (R) Rudolph H Stuppnig ’55 (L) Jason C Trawick ’95 (L) Ralph Gary Turnbull ’70 (L) Geoffrey C Udell ’89 (L) Timothy J Udell ’87 Richard A Van Allsburg ’43 Louis A Vargha ’54 (L) Thomas D Webber ’94 (L) Claesen D Wyckoff ’69 (R) William C Zick ’55 Richard H Zimmerman ’56 (R) MILWAUKEE Lee P Bluske ’70 (L) Barry A Umbs ’70 (R) MINNESOTA Richard R Allen ’71 (R) Craighton T Boates ’96 Roy A Bogen ’54 Kenneth C Crandall ’71 Clark H Cummins ’56 (R) David C Dahlgren ’83 (R) Phillip E Decker ’86 Stephen M Desens ’70 (P) David S Doty ’52 (L) Bruce E Ellenson ’66 Douglas Gillespie ’63 (R) Dr Ken Guetzke ’42 George K Hansen ’66 (P) Douglas J Henry ’87 (R) Jerome M Johnson ’70 Frederick H Kela ’54 (R)

Ronald Lee Kinney ’58 (L) James J Leland ’55 Peter W ’83 (P) Cmdr Don Mathiowetz ’62 (R) Melvin C Osborn ’43 Donald C Paulson ’53 Dexter Carl Pehle ’57 Jeffrey C Severtson ’83 Richard M Sis ’73 (L) David M Tuomala ’90 (R) E Leslie Young ’62 (R) MISSISSIPPI STATE Stephen E Behr ’73 (F) James A Bennett ’76 (R) Jimmie D Cain ’88 Michael T Corlew ’73 (F) James C Eckert ASC David G Emerich ’80 (R) Gary W Fordham ’76 (P) Charles J Foretich ’86 (P) John W Hatmaker ’78 (P) Robert K Hubbard ’87 (L) David R Hunt ’64 (L) Dennis F Jackson ’85 Bobby Joe Johnson ’63 (F) Charles W Lewis ’87 (L) Kevin T Lott ’88 Gerald M Martin ’89 (L) J Tommy Overcash ’78 (F) Daniel J Recker ’81 (R) Thomas A Rutledge ’89 (R) Robert S Shepard ’73 (R) James A Simpson ’87 (P) William C Strohm ’85 (L) Robert L Wilson ’75 MISSOURI Lyle J Austad ASC Joseph L Bevirt ’53 (F) John Robt Byers ’69 (R) Rev James P Callahan ASC (R) James M Cleary ’61 (P) James E Cleveland ’62 Kenneth E Dover ’80 (F) Dale Alan Fiala ’69 Myrl E Forth ’67 (R) Raymond D Galbreth ’69 (Sh) George A Gladney ’68 (L) Bob E Goff ’57 (L) William Griffiths ’53 (P) Gregg A Hill ’89 Norman D Holst ’65 Armin A Kuhlman ’67 (R) Christopher L LeGrand ’93 Alvin C McDaniel ’50 (R) Daniel C Metz ’92 Robert M Murrell ’68 (L) Ernest A Poppers ’67 Douglas M Riley ’93 William E Royster ’84 Gary N Schmedding ’61 (P) James P Sheahan ’79 (F)

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Phillip Richard Sheahan ASC Mark A Siebert ’89 (L) Scott B Stotlemeyer ’90 (R) Thomas E Thornton ’52 (R) Arthur R Tuhro ASC Michael P Walsh ’89 (R) Alan Taylor Weaver ’61 Jeffrey L Woods ’89 (C) MISSOURI WESTERN Stanley W Fletchall ’76 (P) MONTCLAIR Thomas J Frantz ’92 (L) Joseph J Hauser ASC Arthur F Humphrey ASC (P) Richard J Krisinski ’92 Theodore A Pilas ’96 MONTEVALLO Brian A Collins ’85 (R) Stephen E Condrey ’78 (R) Kevin A Cox ’93 John R Fridley (L) Vincent L Hawkins ’93 Richard C Haywood ’90 Timothy R Holcombe ’74 (L) Greg D Jackson ’79 Steven G Legg ’75 Mark H Pate ’80 William C Wood ’94 NEW HAMPSHIRE Russell W Martin ’93 (L) Daniel J McCormack ’89 (L) Mark T Reilly ’87 (R)

NEW HAVEN Miguel A Betancourt ASC Calvin W Brodie ’82 Frederick Brown ’81 (R) Paul A DiGrassi ’87 Ronald J Martin ’87 (F) Michael E Regan ’83 (P) Glenn F Sabine ’87 Paul C Varsanik ’91 (P) Thomas F Viola ’82 (F) Robert J Wynne ’82 (P) NORTH CAROLINA STATE Jerel L Causey ’93 (L) J Michael Kral ’96 (R) John K Mason ’91 (R) Jonathan D Moore ’90 (R) Drew M Reavis ’95 (R) Charles B Rice ’96 Samuel L Serad ’93 Samuel Shapiro William C Westbrook ASC Michael R Young ’93 NORTH TEXAS Mark E Duval ’94 (L) NORTHEAST LOUISIANA Damien DeVirgilio ’90 NORTHEAST MISSOURI David W Clithero ’82 (R) John W Daniel ’86 (P) Ronald C Higgins


Michael E Leech ASC (L) Lance C McNeil ’89 Larry K Nothnagel ’79 (F) Lawrence F Rupp ’91 Gregory F Sharpe ’78 Donald J Westphal ASC (R) Timothy A Yochum ’83 (R) NORTHEASTERN Gary R Vieira ’75 (F) NORTHERN ARIZONA Frank M Colabella ’93 Brian M Coleman ’96 (L) Kevin Todd Cypert ’88 (L) Joseph M Fornero ’68 Mark S Hines ’87 (R) William G Luckey ’89 (L) Robert R Marak ’75 Donald W Naught ’68 (P) Raymond Prettyman ’65 (L) Parker F Sutton ’61 (R) NORTHERN COLORADO Walter J Bernaquez ’97 Mark A Propp ’85 NORTHERN ILLINOIS Thomas F Blumenfeld ’95 (P) Christopher Janusz ’92 (R) Steven W Johnson ASC Christopher J McTee ’96 David E Umbenhower ’90 (L) NORTHERN IOWA Steven R Ackerson ’76 (R)

Steven L Adams ’81 (R) Randy A Arneson ’79 Thomas A Davidson ’70 Gregory A Dickinson ’73 Daniel W Huebner ’72 (R) Todd R Hunemuller ’75 David A Junkmann ’83 (L) Scott T Klinefelter ’76 (C) Daniel J Kruse ’90 Gregg D Petersen ’75 Wade A Round ’90 Michael E Walker ’75 NORTHERN MICHIGAN Marc A Godman ’93 (L) NORTHWEST MISSOURI George H Allie ’85 Matthew T Ballain ’91 Thomas W Carneal FAC (P) Thomas M Colwell ’82 (R) David S Conklin ’88 (F) Mark W Cromley ’92 Larry D Dougherty ’73 Ronald C Fernandes ASC (L) Mark R Hansen ’77 Arnold J Johnson ’77 Craig L Kelley ’83 (P) Lawrence Jay Lehman ASC Stephen D Linder ’92 (R) Wade S Long ’79 Andrew D Loos ’91 Jay B Meacham ’87 William L Perkins ’79 (L)

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Jeffrey P Soda ’97 Kevin R Stonner ’79 (P) Michael J Vinson ’98 Joe L Wieslander ’85 Gregory S Wirtz ’87 (L) Michael J Wirtz ’84 (P) NORTHWESTERN Charles S Huffman ’97 NYU Richard S Hoffman ’41 (L) Kenneth W LeQuier ’44 (L) Eric W Nelson ’37 (F) Gustave J Richter ’38 OHIO STATE Eric N Baklanoff ’49 Navy F Banvard ’80 (P) Lawrence R Bidwell ’53 (L) Maj Lowren A Bock ’55 (R) Paul W Bohlman ’70 (Sh) Thomas D Browand ’69 (R) William L Brown ’61 Brian A Bruder ’95 Jack P Burch ’40 (R) Donald M Burney ’52 (F) Milan G Busta ’46 (P) Ed S Charles ’34 (P) Brian E Code ’80 (L) John D Dagenhard ’39 Clarence E Engel ’48 (P) Andre Ezis ’66 (R) Geoffrey L Farmer ’71 (F) Sherwood L Fawcett ’41 (F)

Kevin M Gale ’98 A Rod Garges ’70 (P) Russell E Geiger ’47 (P) Andrew Glaser ’89 (L) William R Goerges ASC (L) Raymond E Gotshall ’52 (P) Don V Haemmerlein ’47 Thomas B Hamler ’49 (R) William E Harlor ’69 (F) Robert S Hatter ’94 Eric B Herchenroether ’94 Herbert W Heyse ’57 (R) John Thomas Hoover ’47 (R) Lester K Horn ’45 (P) Richard M Hunt ’78 (R) William L Johncox ’48 (L) Monte L Johnson ’69 (K) Charles N Johnston ’68 (R) Robert E Kaiser ’51 (P) Guilford C Kater ’51 (F) David A Keber ’94 (L) James H Kirkland ’49 (R) Alfred F Leatherman ’50 (R) Albert H Leyerle ’54 (F) Jeffrey D Line ’93 (R) George A Loewenthal ’95 Donald E Lukens ’54 (F) Joseph J Marchese ’51 (L) John Lewis Melvin ’55 (P) Coleman R Menyhert ’49 (P) Bruce R Miller ’94 John R Miller ’50 (P) Richard A Miner ’48 (R)

Scott B Morrow ’87 (R) Robert Lamar Mouch ’49 (R) James R Moyer ’45 (P) John R Nalley ’51 (F) James Louis Orr ’49 Wayne E Page ’70 George M Palmer ’59 Louis E Patton ’52 (L) William K Peairs ’72 (L) Albert T Pitman ’41 (P) Peter Polites ’59 (P) Miller J Poppleton ’28 (P) Nicholas K Powell ASC Donald H Reusch ’49 Donald L Ritenour ’72 Robert G Rodell ’48 (L) Patrick C Ryan ’92 James A Sabovik ’93 Frank T Schnorrenberg ’59 (R) James A Shealy ’49 (R) Paul D Siebert ’49 (L) David M Sleeth ’49 Dean C Stambolis ’72 William B Streets ’87 W Dean Sweet ’49 (K) Jess E Tarr ’52 (L) Richard L Tully ’57 (K) John A Turkopp ’45 (R) Richard I Ward ’47 Geoffrey E Webster ’70 (R) Charles A Wickert ’76 Richard E Wight ’50 Arthur W Yerty ’70 Ryan K Zinn ’96

Wayne T Craney ASC (R) Don Crump ’51 Stephen C Cummings ’72 (L) Robert W Dickinson ’56 (L) David W Downing ’80 (L) Duncan W Edwards ’68 (P) Ross A Gregson ’76 (L) Ralph D Haynes ’81 (L) Scott J Heinrich ’95 (L) Joe E Henrichsen ’54 Steven L Henslee ’75 (K) Scott M Hines ’93 (L) Benny H Hulsey ’76 John Wade Hurst ’63 John L Jacobson ’84 J Mark Kirkpatrick ’78 (R) Paul E Knapp ’79 (P) William J Lewis ’84 (R) Michael B McFarland ’86 (P) Anthony C Moreno ’88 (P) Alan P Niemann ’82 (C) William J Perkins ’68 (K) Douglas Rohde ’69 (P) James A Ross ’51 Charles F Scott ’56 Michael S Smith ’70 (L) Mike Stanford ’70 (P) Douglas J Tapp ’82 (R) Clayton R Thompson ’84 (P) Jon D Wertz ’76 (P) Don A Wilkinson ’70 (R) Harold P Younger ’60 (L)

OKLAHOMA George R Alford ’31 Douglas A Amyx ’86 James M Anderson ’89 (P) Bob Austin ’62 (P) Royal T Brock ’41 David J Clark ’90 (L) L Jeremy Cooperstein ’86 (R) James D Dodson ’58 (Sh) Henry C Easterling ’42 (P) Fredrick B Hammert ’60 (NF) Walter S Hammert ASC (F) J Mark Holder ’86 (L) Hubert L McIntyre ’49 (R) James Benny Reaves ’51 (L) Clifford P Ruemmler ’87 (P) Jack W Shirley ’52 (F) John A Stewart Jr ’43 (L) Christopher J Tyler ’89 (R) Kevin C Wineinger ’88 (R)

Adam C Smith ’95

OKLAHOMA STATE Frank W Aaron ’67 (L) Robert Andress ’64 (R) Rev John F Ashby ’52 Steve H Austin ’75 (F) Bill A Bates ’50 (R) Paul M Bohannon ’72 (P) Walter S Buffham ’85 (R) James A Buttram ’76 (P) Robert G Cass ’84 (P) A C Chausse ’53


OREGON STATE James S Alex ’74 (C) Bryan E Barber ’85 Morris Barnett ’40 (F) James L Beam ’59 Carl G Carlson ’58 (R) Andrew J Douglas ’77 (F) David E Duling ’58 Donald E Enright ’65 (R) Ted G Fery ’73 Ashish M Gupta ’94 Mason C Haughton ’42 Bruce R Holoubek ’82 (L) Richard R Hover ’68 (R) Richard Oren Hoyt ’50 Jerill F Johannes ’57 Paul B Kikel ’87 David H Krumbein ’68 Gary M Kunz ’75 (R) Alfred L Leavitt ’57 (R) Allen R Littlefield ’76 Floyd J Lyne ’48 M Daniel McGill ’87 Dale J Neuman ’66 (P) Ray M Northam ’53 Steven L Ott ’93 Donald L Peters ’42 (P) Jeffrey Ralph Peyton ’76 (R) Howard L Randall ’40 (P) Frank J Ribik ’67

Clyde N Sedgwick ’57 (F) William A Shiley ’40 Charles Dean Werst ’62 (L) Roger Allan Yorton ’60 (L) OSGOODE HALL Joseph A Beechie ’52 (R) John M Dean ’67 (F) Hon John Edward Eberle ’55 (F) Thomas M Holden ’50 (P) David Frederick Kent ’58 (F) OSHKOSH Ronald H Heidelbach ’73 (L) Michael Claire Horn ’68 (P) Horton S Johnson ’77 William D Kampa ’70 Timothy G Kelly ’76 Michael J Moriarty ’71 (P) Daniel C Roskom ’75 (R) Michael T Smith ’89 Todd W Wilson ’68 Alan S Zuberbuehler ’73 (R) PARSONS J David Brensinger ’68 (R) Robert C Jordan ’66 (P) Paul E Smith ’68 (P) PENN STATE William John Agurkis ’69 (L) Terence B Albright ’69 (R) Samuel J Alexander ’66 (R) Timothy L Arcaro ’86 (L) Michael A Banks ’88 Gerald E Benton ’64 (P) Mark A Blowers ’76 (R) Dominic R Caputo ’82 (P) Donald A Carlson ’49 (R) John M Carpenter ’57 (F) Mark T Chokran ’85 Richard John Chura ’64 (P) Douglas W Clark ’79 (P) Brian D Clifford ’87 Dean L Cross ’72 (R) Benjamin N Cuffin ’63 Thomas Dangerfield ’55 (R) John E Dereich ’45 (L) Jeffrey E Disend ’69 (R) Edward P Doherty ’81 (L) Jack T Doyle ’54 (R) Allan E Dreeland ’69 (L) John T Dunn ’37 (F) Floyd S Eberts ’48 (P) Charles J Eddinger ’68 (R) Robert E Edgerly ’43 (P) Dwayne C Fielder ’71 (R) Harold Jacob Frey ’46 (L) Addison Gerbracht ’40 Roy G Grube ’57 (R) Milton W Herchenrider ’46 (K) Edward J Hill ’54 (R) Robert R Hunter ’75 John A Iacocca ’90 (L) John C Johnson ’61 (R) Harold L Kaness ’35 Daniel M Karnuta ’85 (P) George C Kelchner ’64 (R) William P Kenney ’74 Hiram King (R) David Emery Kinnan ’68 (P) Nadeem A Kureshi ’85 (P) Stephen C Landau ’88 (L) Ronald Fetter Lay ’58 (P) Eric J Linka ’94 (L) Stephen Loeffler ’68 (L) Kent A Lynch ’87 Mark J Maier ’87 (R) Robert R McCloskey ’50 (L) David B McCobin ’79 (L) John F McCormick ’73 (L) Shawn P McGinley ’87 (R) Joseph G Meredith ’57 (P) John Moyer Mest ’51 (L) William K Metz ’55 (R) Harold A Missimer ’66 (C) Douglas J Moore ’82 (R) Harold C Myers ’36 (F) Andrew S Nachamie ’84 (R) Delmer M Nicholls ’35 (P) James C Park ’55 (L) Gary W Patterson ’62 Gregory F Pecora ’85 (L) Milo Lesio Pepe ’64 William Perbetsky ’49 (L) Stephen R Perry ’91 Kenneth W Piper ’63 (R) Francis L Plumly ’46 (F) Michael D Rimer ’86 (R) Brian D Runkle ’84 (L) James B Shea ’48 Clifford E Shedd ’40 (L)

Robert P Simon ’41 (L) Charles R Sorber ’43 (L) John F Spangler ’58 (F) Stephen B Spencer ’54 (F) Vance G Sprague ’63 (R) Michael A Stollmeyer ’59 (P) Charles N Teyssier ’55 (P) John H Thomas ’41 (R) Robert W Thompson ’48 Samuel A Thornton ’66 (F) Jeffrey S Topley ’80 (P) Kenneth D Tracy ’64 (F) Scott R Turer ’89 (R) George J Vernau ’67 (R) Arthur H Weston ’30 (F) Laurence M White ’48 (L) Marsh W White FAC (Sc) Theodore B Winkler ’39 (K) Thomas E Wooden ’81 Fred W Wright ’35 Merton S Yerger ’36 (F) Douglas J Zook ’82 PENNSYLVANIA John W Croswell ’33 (P) PITTSBURGH John M DeFazio ’75 (L) Robert F Klein ’74 (P) PURDUE Harry G Allgauer ’52 (P) Basil T Bauch ASC (L) Morgan Lee Beatty ’67 (L) Robert L Bence ’28 (F) Jeffrey S Boehm ’92 (L) William K Clark ’54 (R) Christopher J Cox ’94 (L) Stephen P Dack ’74 Daniel T DesForges ’73 I Donald Farrington ’52 (L) James R Froedge ’43 Albert W Froehde ’51 Robert G Gibson ’80 Craig M Gustin ’65 (P) James C Hajduk ’65 (P) James E Hanna ’62 (P) Robert D Hendershot ’72 (C) John P Hillebrandt ’48 (P) David G Howard ’88 (R) William E Humphrey ’85 (P) Marvin A Keller ’40 Robert L Kessler ’36 (K) Kenneth R Klutzke ’78 (P) Von E Mason ’60 (F) Timothy J McCaffery ’83 (L) Walter F Meyers ’47 (R) Richard L Olson ’58 James A Pearson ’55 (R) Clarence H Perisho ’47 (L) Mark V Rickabaugh ’62 (P) Thomas E Roberts ’71 William Paul Ross ’52 (K) Wayne T Sandefur ’36 William Lee Sartoris ’65 (R) John W Sauer ’71 (P) Donald Schnedeker ’49 (P) John D Shaw ’66 Donald R Sorensen ’56 (L) John T Stasny ’57 (L) Jeremy E Steelberg ’83 (L) Gilbert Oliver Terlicher ’51 (R) James I Thomson ’86 (L) Nicholson G Wade ’34 (F) Arthur K Warlow ’71 (P) William S Wells ’87 (L) Carl L Westin ’45 (P) Matthew C Woods ’97 (L) Kenneth H Ziegenbusch ’81 (L) RADFORD Todd Barrish ’98 RENO Caine L Sussman ’94 ROLLINS Preston C Hull ’57 Ralph L Pernice ’52 (R) ROWAN Jack Grossman ’92 (L) Benjamin E Martin ’96 Andrew K Niethe ’95 Matthew S Roche ’95 RUTGERS James M Dunne ’99 S.M.U. Howard S Baulch ’76 (F) Carl Richard Benson ’60 (F) John Biggers ’55 (P)

Claud O Boothman ’32 (P) Douglas H Brandon ’85 (R) John F Caperton ’49 (K) Thomas H Chisholm ’47 (K) Lindsay Fleck ’52 (F) Robert B Ford ’50 John C Garvey ’63 (F) Michael C Gruber ’84 (L) Norman P Hines ’50 (L) Harold Hitchins ’45 (F) William R Janowski ’57 (F) Andrew O Jensen ’41 (F) Vincent A Kline ’69 (L) Charles H Mauldin ’72 (R) Gordon E Meek ’68 (R) William C Miller ’27 (P) William John Mork ’65 (P) Richard D Newton ’65 (L) James R Roach ’50 (R) Michael E Seitz ’84 (L) Charles Ray Smith ’44 (R) Ralph W Smith ’32 (K) Gordon P Wagner ’49 (P) John D Watkins ’62 (L) William Otto Wood ’46 (L) James F Yeager ’77 (P) SACRAMENTO Jeffrey T Boone ’86 (F) Richard L Chan ’87 (R) G Scott Cook ’68 (L) Arthur Ray Cooper ’68 (F) Steven P Freitas ’73 (P) Peter A Fromm ’69 (F) Austin J Gerber ’49 (R) William C Knoblauch ’68 (P) David B Lyman ’70 (R) Albert F Olivares ’88 (L) John M Shelby ’86 (R) Brian D St Martin ’88 (L) SAN DIEGO STATE Lawrence F Barouch ’83 (R) Peter C Brewer ’74 (R) Joel H Bryden ’79 (P) John V Saric ’86 (L) Larry D Smith ’75 (R) Michael B Wheeler ’85 (L) SOUTHEAST MISSOURI David E Greaves ’80 Ronald D Higgerson ’78 (L) Randall G Loftis ’82 (F) James D McCausland ’77 Marty W Montgomery ’79 (P) Paul T Myers ’92 (L) Larry J Pleimann ’85 (R) Robert J Topolski ’79 (P) D Scott Whitworth ’90 (L) Jerry W Yeargain ’78 (L) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Tod A Anton ’51 (F) Michael R Arciola ’92 (L) Bill Balbach ’37 Hugh E Behny ’47 (K) R Gerry Belcher ’60 Alan C Bertelsen ’49 (L) Paul H Brosche ’74 (L) Robert G Brown ’55 Gary C T Chen ’98 Parnell S Curry ’49 (F) Kevin J Dawson ’82 (L) Richard O Egan ’49 (P) Lawrence S Graven ’56 (L) Donald E Herman ’52 Robert L Hertel ’52 (P) Harry Parl Holman ’57 (F) Oleg Jankovic ’67 Gordon L Jones ’51 (K) Carey E Jue ’84 Clark G Jue ’94 (L) Terence P Kahn ’65 (R) Herbert G Klein ’40 (F) John W Klock ’51 (L) Stephen F Knight ’73 (R) Robert L Knox ’62 (R) James N Lamhofer ’50 Matthew C Lamont ’91 (L) Donald E LaPlante FAC (P) William Lingenberg ’49 David H Marks ’40 (R) Albert F Mejia ’53 Ross J Miller ’36 Russell E Miller ’84 William N O’Brien ’61 (R) Harold W O’Connor ’55 (R) Gregory J Parra ’83 (L) Edward L Ripley ’54 (R) Burton W Roberts ’37 (P)

Easton R Roberts ’34 (F) John Samore ’67 (F) George H Schwary ’55 (P) Corey C Shigematsu ’97 (L) D Stephen Slack ’71 (P) Kevin B Strawn ’70 Paul B Taubman ’95 James R Theaker ’55 Dan T Thomson ’51 (F) David R Vaillancourt ’96 (L) Edward G Vierheilig ’49 Calvin Ray Whorton ’37 (R) Edwin L Willson ’64 (L) Roderic R Zalunardo ’78 (R) SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Raymond M Blacklidge ’82 (L) Paul K Bratton ’64 Brad Cole ’93 (L) James E Dougherty ’69 Brian A Farrell ’92 (L) Robert L Hull ’58 (P) Gerald Kouzmanoff ’63 Andrew E Larson ’71 Horace H Look ’63 (F) Neil L Maxwell ’63 (R) Thomas L McClelland ’65 (R) William C Parks ’86 (L) Charles P Rahe ’65 (F) Phillip A Ruppel ’65 (K) George E Schau ’76 (F) Conrad W Schenck ’75 Thomas A Schonauer ’65 (L) Eric M Smith ’85 (R) Emil R Spees ’57 (F) Rodney L Steven ’94 (R) Gary W Visteen ’72 (R) Charles W Walter ’55 (L) William G Westberg ’66 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI Ray T Crane ’92 Dewayne C Kliethermes ’91 Anthony J Komer ’97 Gary S Liberty ’88 Jeffrey J Maggi ’86 (L) Kevin E Pate ’92 Brian A West ’92 Matthew J Wolniewicz ’88 (R) SOUTHWEST TEXAS Homer P Dear ASC Marvin F Gilbreath ASC Chad L McCormick ’95 STANFORD Lloyd W Aubry ’48 (P) William M Baldwin ’63 (P) Alexander W Berger ’37 (R) Gale Blosser ’35 (L) William S Burtness ’54 Walter J Farrell ’51 (P) Richard S Fixott ’31 (P) Buster Goode ’47 (R) Harold J Hughes ’69

Newton W Cunningham ’51 (R) Russell Day ’50 (R) Wm Edward Gonzalez ’54 Warren E Hancock ’69 (L) Curtis I Hayes ASC Robert H Kinsey ’56 (R) Alan F Lippman ’49 (P) Paul Mathews ’25 (L) Gary H Mayer ’63 Eugene H McFaddin ’70 (R) Connor W Patman ’42 (P) Charles M Pearre ’66 (R) Parx F Shearer ’51 (L) James W Thokey ’41 (K) William A Weeks ’54 (F) TEXAS A&M Brian K Devaney ’96 Adrian Gottschalk ’98 (L) Marcus A Salinas ’89 Rajat Varma ’97 TEXAS TECH David F Denbek ’94 J Brett Featherston ’89 (L) Mark L Stephens ’95 John P White FAC (R) TEXAS WESTERN Frank L Spittle ’65 (L) TRI-STATE David V Bacehowski ’72 William G Boyer ’71 (R) David T Braid ’72 Timothy L Campbell ’76 Charles P Durante ’72 (R) Robert K Edds ’72 (P) Robert M Golden ’82 (R) David R Hermann ’87 Richard R Kruger FAC (P) William E Meyers ’91 Christopher Middleton ’92 (P) James W Rand ’75 (R) Steven S Seifert ’87 Mack D Short (F) Ronald E Smith ’76 (P) Timothy P Smitley Paul R Stevens ’73 (P) Donald L Stripling ’70 (F) Ronald D Suter ’69 Dennis L Wood ’79 (L) Richard L Wood ’71 (P) Alan L Yoder ’69 (R) Stephen J Zvanya ’75 (P) TROY STATE James W Allen ’71 E Donald Crapps FAC (L) Larry W ’73 Dale R Lunn ’89 (L) Joseph C Pickett ’66 (F) John H Price ’74 (R) Kenneth L Scott ’75 Gregory S White ’80

VIRGINIA Otis S Warr ’35 (P) VIRGINIA TECH William K Barkoskie ’94 (L) Worthington E Cockey ASC Robert K Cope ’93 Stephen M Grosman ’94 (F) Edward A Martin ’92 Thomas L Olson ASC (R) Christian T Orlowski ’91 Phillip M Sigler ’93 (L) WASHINGTON Don G Abel’39 (P) Douglas H Abel ’55 (F) Neill W Andersen ’58 (L) Efrain Andrews ’66 (P) Allan A Banghart ’71 Bruce A Beatty ’55 Dale M Carpenter ’41 Arnold Bruce Carson ’70 (R) William Ray Cheney ’50 Michael R Cowden ’78 (L) Robert M Craig ’44 (P) Donald G Edwards ’79 Carl Gustav Falk ’43 Bruce H Hoeger ’72 Jack T Hollenback ’67 (F) Steve Ronald Johnson ’68 (R) Robert G Judd ’40 (R) James M Kott ’85 Robert P LaBouy ’66 (P) Michael W Laing ’59 Edmund J Mihalski ’64 (P) John T Moran ’40 (P) Robert F Myers ’50 Edward W Nelson ’41 James A Nelson ’68 (P) Edward P Rich ’58 (R) Emanuel L Rouvelas ’65 (P) R Harrison Sanford ’26 (P) Craig D Smith ’78 (R) Laurence A Smith ’43 (P) Donald M Stookey ’56 (P) Alan E Taylor ’47 Nick T Thomopoulos ’53 (L) Kurtis C Tolliver ’89 (L) Michael A Trantow ’76 (R) Nick G Vlahovich ’82 Gregory Paul Weeks ’69 (R) WASHINGTON STATE Albert L Ayars ’39 (R) Robert A Clapp ’64 Justin L Clary ’95 Howard Clerf ’51 Peter D Cook ’88 (R) Gail L Cramer ’63 (R) Emil W Eriksson ’64 Roy W Eslick ’43 (L) John D Hentges ’97 Robert C Hughes ’53 (R) Forrest W Johnson ’43 (R) Peter J Krebs ’96 (L)

Steven D Ross ’90 Richard G Shrewsbury ’93 Troy G Smith ’86 (R) Keith A Thompson ’93 WESTERN CAROLINA Joshua A Apple ’97 Ronald Wayne Phillips ’94 (R) Russell E VanKuren ’97 WESTERN ILLINOIS Steve E Hall ’96 Anthony N May ’94 Joseph J Petric ’92 (L) Richard J Van Stell ’93 (R) Jeffrey N Wallace ’98 WESTERN MICHIGAN James H Avrett ’68 (L) Martin L Borton ASC Sherman M Carey ’70 (L) Paul G Cavalli ’71 (P) Robert M Dernberger ’88 Vince F Desmond ’59 Robert P Dubiel ’73 James E English ’89 (P) Richard J Gault ’57 (L) James M Gehrke ’67 (R) Michael E Johnson ’72 William C King ’66 (P) Donald H Koch ’57 Roger D Kowalk ’66 Richard K LaGore ’64 (R) Steven M Lemm ’84 (P) Timothy J McCann ’69 Jack L McCauley ’60 Paul D McKinnis ’66 (F) Jimmy Neel Moore ’60 Barry J Peters ’89 (P) Thomas J Rivard ’66 Gerald H Rowe ’63 (R) John J Sampanes ’64 Richard W Shumar ’57 (R) G R Steven Sparling ’88 (C) Richard A Sperling ’65 (R) Robert Lee Wathen ’56 (L) Philip H Zwergel ’58 (P) WESTERN ONTARIO Clayton J Shen ’93 David E Sparling ’91 (R) WHITEWATER Timothy A Cimaglio ’89 (L) David E Cox ’89 (L) Piero Fioravanti ’92 (R) Richard E Gibbons ’72 (L) Paul R Hering ’71 Jeffery D Kawleski ’94 Gregg D Lammi ’86 (P) Steven D Langlais ’90 (R) Stuart K Lyngaas ’73 (L) Clifford R Maske ’73 (L) Paul J Salinas ’94 Scott W Seering ’77

“The Jackson Leadership College has given me more knowledge about being a leader during one weekend than the real world has taught me in twenty years.” -Joel Thompson, Augusta ’01 William T Moran ’55 (L) Donald W Petit ’36 (K) Monte C Pfyl ’41 William H Schmidt ’49 (R) Lee James Sneller ’63 William H Woolf ’39 (R) SYRACUSE Jeremy B Coullard ’69 (F) James F Crawford ’69 (P) TARLETON Brian Jackson ’92 Victor W Tovar ’88 Robert D Ziegelmair ’88 TEMPLE Michael E Tolassi ’92 (L) TEXAS Robert E Anderson ’68 (F) John M Ashley ’43 (P) Leon J Berkovsky ’49 Robert D Blakley ’70 (P) Francis R Bradley ’89 (R) Frederick Connally ’25 (P) Chauncey W W Cook ’30 (C) Daniel M Cuellar ’96

UCLA Robert L Amstadter ’57 (P) Edgar S Bagley ’35 (P) Thomas T Caspary ’43 (R) H Richard Ginsberg ’53 (P) Merwin L Hutchins ’51 (R) Leon W Miller ’42 (R) UNION Ward H Bumpus ’33 (R) Edward S Langholz ’57 (R) John J Reilly ’83 (R) Robert A Rissell ’61 (R) Peter F Schmidt ’60 (P) Clayton L Williamson ’70 VALDOSTA Clay L Caldwell ’92 (L) Steven A Corbett ’77 (P) Gregory S McCrary ’90 Lavan R Robinson FAC James W Roquemore ’77 Francis M Stewart ’81 (R) Geert L Van Engelen ’90 Clifford D Whitehead ’82 (L) Hassell E Yates ’74 (R)

Michael E Majestic ’90 (P) Kenneth J McDermid ’66 (L) James H Mildes ’53 (L) H Thomas Norris ’56 (L) Mark D Schweitzer ’96 LTC Robert M Stump ’45 (R) M Haluk Taysi ’64 (P) Richard D Watson ’49 (R) WAYNE STATE Robert J Closson ’60 (L) Hiroshi Itoh ’61 (P) Richard F Suhrheinrich ’58 (F) WEST LIBERTY Roger L Bell ’73 (L) Bruce C Kibby ’74 (L) Clyde J Woods ’73 (L) WEST VIRGINA TECH William Arnold ASC Kevin J Bright ’93 Richard J Duckworth ’86 Paul M Farley ’90 James P Fedczak ’93 Lee W Maynus ’84 Kevin B Pitchford ’86 (L)

Todd E Williams ’89 (R) William F Yull ’82 (P) WINDSOR Ian Armstrong ’83 Robert J McTeague ’86 (R) Frank A Spadini ’92 (L) Gerhard W Wolf ’85 WISCONSIN Charles A Dieman ’37 (R) Frank John Durzo ’42 (P) Oscar O Egger ’32 (L) Carl Eggert ’31 (P) Paul C Hoeffer ’90 (R) Charles R Naeser ’31 (F) George S Robbins ’40 (P) Alan J Udell ’91 (L) Alois W Uek ’32 (P) Eugene J Zander ’28 (P) WYOMING James F Kagie ’97 (R) Karl D Mai ’96 (L) John Vance ’92 (P) YOUNGSTOWN William G Hamlin ’74 (L) Mark M Seman ’73 (F)

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Lifelong Commitment Life to date giving club levels of living alumni New Founder — $100,000 and over Martlet Club (M) — $50,000 - $99,999 Order of the Scimitar (Sc) — $25,000 - $49,999 Order of the Shield (Sh) — $10,000 - $24,999 Sir Edward Coke Club (C) — $5,000 - $9,999 Kimball’s Club (K) — $2,500 - $4,999 Founders’ Circle (F) — $1,000 - $2,499 Note: Club members have either donated the funds necessary to achieve the indicated level or have signed a pledge to reach that level within a specified time period. The 541 loyal members in the President’s Club ($500-$999), the 1051 loyal members in the Regents’ Club ($250-$499) and the 1805 loyal Leges Club ($125-$249) members have not been printed here due to limited space. Those who gave this past fiscal year (July 1, 1998 to June 30, 1999) may be identified by the (P), (R), or (L) designation after their names in the 1998-99 Contributors Listing. Lawrence R Herkimer SMU ‘48 NEW FOUNDER John E Hurt IN ‘35 Fredrick B Hammert OK ’60 R Charlton Johnson SCA ‘40 Fei Phil Yang A-CAL ’80 Monte L Johnson OHST ‘69 MARTLET CLUB Gordon L Jones SCA ‘51 Timothy A Crown KS ’86 Robert L Kessler PUR ‘36 George W Obear DEP ’30 Donald H Landis PAST ‘62 Brian P LoCicero MARQ ‘88 ORDER OF THE SCIMITAR Edward A Loseman LBEA ‘72 Marcus G Monk AUB ’65 Charles Marshall IL ‘51 Edward F McCallum KS ‘56 ORDER OF THE SHIELD John L Mica FL ‘67 Larry P Audlehelm IA ‘71 Max Edward Mohler IN ‘60 Paul W Bohlman OHST ’70 Thomas O Monroe MIST ‘47 Michael L Carroll AUB ’71 Joseph C Neirinck BALST ‘63 James D Dodson OK ’58 Roland W Oberholtzer PAST ‘36 Earl Hazen Drew IL ’38 Arthur M Oustalet LSU ‘44 Raymond D Galbreth MO ’69 James D Page AL ‘53 Gregory F Hauser MIST ’75 Arloe W Paul IAST ‘33 Forrest E Hoglund KS ’56 William J Perkins OKST ‘68 Michael J Moskos DEP ’85 Donald W Petit STAN ‘36 L Eugene Tanner IN ’55 Paul L Picciani CT ‘89 Jimmie J Underwood KS ’51 Mark W Putney IA ‘51 Miles C Washburn MA ’87 Phillip A Ruppel SIL ‘65 SIR EDWARD COKE CLUB Ralph W Smith SMU ‘32 James S Alex ORST ‘74 W Dean Sweet OHST ‘49 James J Ascher KS ‘52 James W Thokey TX ‘41 Raymond F Borelli IL ‘58 Joseph M Thompson IL ‘34 Lawrence Clarkson DEP ‘60 Richard L Tully OHST ‘57 Chauncey W W Cook TX ‘30 William B Vollbracht KS ‘60 Thomas W Glasgow MIST ‘68 Frank K Voris IL ‘61 Carl H Goltermann IL ‘50 Keith A Waltz BALST ‘82 Robert D Hendershot PUR ‘72 Michael J Welsh ILST FAC Richard F Kauders COR ‘69 Theodore B Winkler PAST ‘39 Scott T Klinefelter NIA ‘76 Luther M Young AUB ‘69 Steven R Michels MARQ ‘87 FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE Harold A Missimer PAST ‘66 Douglas H Abel WA ’55 Alan P Niemann OKST ‘82 Anthony W Albano FL ‘75 Marc A Solondz IN ‘88 Martin R Anastasio UCONN ’63 G R Steven Sparling WMI ‘88 Charles F Anderson IAST ‘49 Jeffrey L Woods MO ‘89 Robert E Anderson TX ‘68 KIMBALL’S CLUB Sid Edward Anton MIST ‘50 Julius T Arenberg IL ‘47 Tod A Anton SCA ‘51 Hugh E Behny SCA ‘47 Timothy P Arenberg IL ‘79 Boyd Wayne Boehlje IAST ‘61 Kenneth A Aschom MIST ‘76 Smith D Boyd LIV ‘75 Vernon E Askew OKST ‘56 Fred R Brooks A-CAL ‘40 Steve H Austin OKST ‘75 John F Caperton SMU ‘49 James A Bannan MIST ’64 Thomas H Chisholm SMU ‘47 Morris Barnett ORST ‘40 John G Copeland IN ‘49 Howard S Baulch SMU ‘76 Michael M Dickerson AZ ‘78 Glen J Beams IN ‘38 John L Elfervig LATECH ASC Robert A Beardsley IA ‘83 Arthur G Elliott MIST ‘38 Garth D Becker PAST ‘53 Edward Fusco EMBRID ‘73 Ron Beerman MIAU ’96 John Miller Galvin IN ‘54 Stephen E Behr MSST ‘73 Brian D Godsy HUNTS ‘81 Robert L Bence PUR ‘28 Warren K Haeberle MARQ ‘78 Carl Richard Benson SMU ‘60 Steven L Henslee OKST ‘75 Joseph L Bevirt MO ‘53 Milton W Herchenrider PAST ‘46 Peter M Bix EMBRID ‘78 16

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Jeffrey T Boone SAC ‘86 Robert L Branch LSU ’49 Richard H Buchanan IAST ‘58 Gary S Buck ILST ‘79 William P Bunyan KS ‘61 Donald M Burney OHST ‘52 Edward G Capps APST ‘86 John M Carpenter PAST ‘57 Richard Chenoweth IL ’58 Arthur C Christman PAST ‘44 David M Clapper MIST ‘70 Ralph T Cleage AUB ‘70 Thomas E Code IAST ‘53 Charles M Cole IA ‘37 Kelvin Cole CEMO ’70 John E Coleman COR ‘29 J Ferrell Colton AZ ”37 Carter M Comaford STAN ‘58 David S Conklin NWMO ‘88 Arthur Ray Cooper SAC ‘68 Michael T Corlew MSST ‘73 Kevin M Costner FULL ‘77 Jeremy B Coullard SYR ‘69 Jeffrey A Cove SCA ‘68 Gordon L Cox MI ‘59 Parnell S Curry SCA ‘49 William Y Dabney SMU ‘44 John M Dean OSHALL ‘67 Richard B DeGraff FL ‘71 Joseph A DeMarco FL ‘56 John Edward Derwort EIL ‘68 John D Dorner ILST ‘91 Andrew Douglas ORST ’77 Kenneth E Dover MO ‘80 Jack C Dryden KS ‘53 James D Eason LEH ‘84 Robert Eason LEH ’75 Hon John E. Eberle OSHALL ‘55 Barry A Eller FL ‘71 Harold H Elliott OSHALL ‘55 Gary Gene Eskew ID ‘68 Dale E Espich DEP ‘51 Ralph J Fabozzi EMBRID ‘73 Neil E Fackler DEN ‘76 Geoffrey L Farmer OHST ‘71 Byron Lee Farrell PUR ‘62 Sherwood L Fawcett OHST ‘41 William M Feldman IL ‘75 James V Ferrara MIST ‘81 B Fiske Field DEP ‘47 Dennis Lee Fielder FL ‘66 Mark Fitzgerald CT ‘78 Lindsay Fleck SMU ‘52 Philip H Flick IL ‘53 Robert R Frame PAST ‘53 Peter A Fromm SAC ‘69 Tom S Gable MIST ‘47 James R Gaebe IL ‘59 David R Gallagher EMBRID ‘78 Ronald D Garrison GA ‘72 John C Garvey SMU ‘63 Paul J Giacomuzzi EMBRID ‘78 John M Gioffredi IAST ‘78 William Glazer LEH Anthony C Goczalk EMBRID ‘77 Mark Goebel DEP ’78 Max Goecker BALST ‘88 Steven Goldberg UCONN ’89 Tommy L Goodwin AL ‘69 Joseph F Gradisher MI ‘79 Frank L Graves TX ‘55 Stephen M Grosman VATECH ‘94 David S Gunzel TX ASC Warren E Hadley IAST ‘61 David F Hale JACKST ‘70 Walter S Hammert OK ASC William E Harlor OHST ‘69 Thomas L Hart Ball ST ’60 Henry W Hartsfield AUB ‘54 R P Hatch A-CAL ‘50 Brian C Heeren IN ‘86 Kenneth Heist AZ ’42

John W Hess CREIGH ‘75 Harold Hitchins SMU ‘45 Jack T Hollenback WA ‘67 Harry Parl Holman SCA ‘57 Julian R Holmes TRIST George L Hopkins IAST ‘61 John W Horch IAST ‘59 Paul Dean Horn AZ ‘64 Kenneth Housholder SMU ‘42 Melvin J Huxtable KS ‘48 Marc G Hynes A-CAL ‘67 E Edward Isaac DEP ‘29 William R Janowski SMU ‘57 Frank Jantac IL ‘30 Paul G Jasper IN ‘32 Andrew O Jensen SMU ‘41 Bobby Joe Johnson MSST ’63 Christopher W Johnson KY ‘77 Scott Johnson AUB ”81 Edward A Kangas KS ‘66 Michael E Kasamis PUR ‘81 Guilford Kater OHST ’51 Charles R Kelley HUNTS ‘79 David Kent OSHALL ’58 Alvin B Kessler LSU ‘50 Neal E Kitchell DEP ‘72 Herbert G Klein SCA ‘40 Earl L Knauss KS ‘55 Wayne A Lavendusky HOU ‘65 Peter John Leets IN ‘69 Leon L Lemaire CT ‘57 Albert H Leyerle OHST ‘54 John A Lindemann IL ‘50 John Henry Locklin PAST ‘63 Randall G Loftis SEMO ‘82 Jeffrey W Long IL ‘74 Horace H Look SIL ‘63 Donald E Lukens OHST ‘54 Lyle A Lynn IA ‘30 Charles W MacGregor MI ‘29 Robert A Magnusson IL ‘55 Raymond E Manning LSU ‘42 William D Marshall ID ‘39 Ronald J Martin NH ‘87 Von E Mason PUR ‘60 Ronald D McCoy AUG ‘84 Kenneth McCune FULL ’69 C Wade McGuffey GA ‘73 Richard N McKaig BALST ‘66 Paul D McKinnis WMI ‘66 James W McNamee MIAU ‘62 Kenneth L Merrick DEP ‘48 Joseph D Messerman PAST ‘55 Maurice L Moore FL ‘30 David M Moore ID ‘68 Guy C Morin MA ‘82 Kevin Morrison LBEA George L Morrow COR ‘43 William Mountain BUF ’31 Robert P Muratore LEH ‘79 Harold C Myers PAST ‘36 Charles R Naeser WI ‘31 John R Nalley OHST ‘51 Russell K Nash CT ‘75 Eric W Nelson NYU ‘37 Dolph F Nelson AUB ‘69 Kenneth W Nelson KS ‘72 Martin O Nelson WA ‘71 John C Nevin FULL ‘69 Mark Nichols IA ST ’68 Larry K Nothnagel NEMO ‘79 James D Olson TRIST ‘73 J Tommy Overcash MSST ’78 Arthur J A Peltier MI ‘49 John Ray Perry UMKC ’’57 Jeffrey Philiph IA ST ’82 Joseph C Pickett TROYST ‘66 Francis L Plumly PAST ‘46 Herbert R Pohl SMU ‘49 Lawrence Poundstone A-CAL ‘34

F. Verne Powell IN ‘74 Robert K Poyer BALST ‘73 Kirk S Price EMBRID ‘71 Charles P Rahe SIL ‘65 Charles Edward Ray DEP ‘58 Scott A Reed IL ‘81 Robert G Riddett LEH ‘74 Jack Mel Rider SCA ‘51 Timothy Shawn Riedling LOU ’89 Easton R Roberts SCA ‘34 John Russo UCONN ’89 Gavin M Ryan MIAU ‘82 Thomas W Rymer GA ‘70 Arthur W Sackrison IL ‘51 John Samore SCA ’67 George E Schau SIL ‘76 Edward G Schussler DEP ‘65 G Walter Scott DEP ‘37 Clyde N Sedgwick ORST ‘57 Mark M Seman YOU ‘73 J Dean Semon SMU ‘82 James P Sheahan MO ‘79 William R Shelton ORST ‘44 Jack W Shirley OK ‘52 Mack D Short TRIST L Elliot Shubert UMKC ’66 Eric G Sickels COR ‘77 Stephen Simonds KS ’68 Frederick C Smith MIAU ‘64 Alan Howard Snyder SMU ‘44 Dan Snyder IL ’50 John F Spangler PAST ‘58 Emil R Spees SIL ‘57 Stephen B Spencer PAST ‘54 Dennis E Stephens AUB ‘62 James F Storey JACKST ‘63 Michael G Stout DEP ‘78 Donald L Stripling TRIST ‘70 Paul E Strombeck CEMO ‘70 Richard F Suhrheinrich WAYST ‘58 Thomas R Sulentic IA ‘70 Charles R Sweeney COR ‘42 William Tallman EMBRID ’95 John F Tate ID ‘64 Dan T Thomson SCA ‘51 Samuel A Thornton PAST ‘66 Wally Tiedemann EMBRID ‘77 John H Tinker PAST ‘64 Douglas Payne Todd AZ ST ’51 Kenneth D Tracy PAST ‘64 C S Trosper OKST ‘51 John G Tunila CT ‘81 Keith Leon Turley AZST ‘48 Charles B Valder AUG ‘82 Jon E Vice AL ‘70 Gary R Vieira NE ‘75 Tom Viola NH ’82 David Vogel HOB ’87 Glen D Vondrick AZ ‘78 Nicholson G Wade PUR ‘34 Henry E Wahl IN ‘36 John R Warner DEP ‘43 Glenn R Watson OK ‘39 David Kershner Weber COR ‘68 William A Weeks TX ‘54 Jeffery L Welles OHST ‘75 Gilbert Werntz GAS ’85 Arthur H Weston PAST ‘30 Robert C Wheeler PUR ‘37 John R Whitaker PAST ‘48 Melville B Wier OHST ‘53 W Dean Wilkerson LATECH ‘92 William A Williams GAN ‘83 James A Wilson SMU ‘37 Chad Wollett AZ ST ’94 Dennis T Woodling AUB ‘83 Theodore V Wright GOR ‘82 Merton S Yerger PAST ‘36 Adam Zax CO ‘84 Stephen J Zsolcsak LEH ‘72

Trustee Society The Foundation is looking for 100 alumni to donate $1,000 per year (over and above their normal level of support) for a minimum of three years. The first 100 brothers participating in the program will be Charter Members of the Trustee Society. It is they who will provide the resources needed to support a professional development program, a quality development staff, and organized support systems. Funds from the Trustee Society will enable the Foundation to develop the infrastructure and support needed to pursue major gifts, and will allow Delta Chi to enter the next century with the resources to further the college experience that means so much to so many. Recognition Charter members of the

Trustee Society will receive a special lapel pin that designates them as members of the Society. They will also be listed in the fall/winter issue of the Quarterly and every issue of the Foundation’s FOCUS newsletter. Methods of Giving There are several ways a brother may begin his support of the Foundation at this level: Gift of cash Master Card or VISA donation Electronic Funds Transfer Gift of appreciated stock Your support can be broken down into easy payments with the use of Electronic Funds Transfer. If you choose this method, $84.00 per month can be automatically withdrawn from the account you designate. If you would like more information about the Delta Chi Edu cational Foundation, please

contact the Foundation’s Managing Director at the following address or phone number: Raymond D. Galbreth Delta Chi Educational Foundation P. O. Box 1817 Iowa City, IA 52244 (319) 337-4811

Charter Members: Smith D. Boyd, LIV ’75 Michael Carroll, AUB ’71 James Dodson, OK ’58 Raymond Galbreth, MO ’69 Fredrick B. Hammert, OK ’60 Robert Hendershot, PUR ’72 M. Gary Monk, AUB ’65 Michael Moskos, DEP ’85 Shawn Riedling, LOUV ’89 Phillip A. Ruppel, SIL ’65 Steven Sparling, WMI ’88 Chad M. Wolett, NAU ’94 F. Phil Yang, A-CAL ’80 Luther M. Young, Aub ’69

From The Past The following is a list of departed brothers who, based on records since 1960, had reached at least the Founders’ Circle.

NEW FOUNDER Gene A Johnson OKST ’58 Clayton T. Roberts FL ’31 Bernhard C Shaffer PAST ’25 MARTLET CLUB Donald G Isett KS ’28 LaVon P Linn NB ’38 Francis L Zwickey MIST ’24 ORDER OF THE SCIMITAR Carl A Benson PUR ’32 Victor T Johnson PUR ’32 Marsh W White PAST FAC ORDER OF THE SHIELD Clyde H Andrews IL ’30 Philip L Barbour COR ’20 Douglas S Holsclaw AZ ’25 Henry M Jackson WA ’34 Joseph F Lacchia MIST ’25 SIR EDWARD COKE CLUB Albin C Ahlberg C-K ’20 John T Arens PAST ’37 Oliver L Christman PAST ’20 Ivan W Davis IL ’25 Charles C DeLong IL ’26 O Charles Honig TX ’40 Luther William Hoy PAST ’38 Michael Jack Pucin IL ’31 Milton J Rose IL ’29 Kenneth M Snyder IL ’30

KIMBALL’S CLUB Jefferson Coleman AL ’29 John C Cox SMU ’42 George E Mack SCA ASC Claude McNorton AUB FAC William R Monroe MIST ’43 D P Paiste PAST ’31 William Paul Ross PUR ’52 John D Woodward SMU ’32 M J van Loben Sels STAN ’32 FOUNDERS’ CIRCLE Alex Black KY ‘29 Gerald W Blackburn TX ‘36 Harry Reece Brown DEP ‘30 Gleim S Burkhart MIAU ‘34 William M Clements WA ‘58 Gordon L Clemmons SMU ‘41 Everett L Comings WA ‘60 Rhes H Cornelius AZ ‘24 David R Courant ORST ‘69 John Cousley PAST ‘39 O R Cram KS ‘40 Joseph M De Nardi MIAU ‘27 Loren A Deer DEP ‘34 John J Deering COL ‘29 J Scott DeLee SMU ‘43 Stanley B Dickson MIST ‘47 Col Arthur H Dietz WA ‘56 John T Dunn PAST ‘37 David A Gillespie IL ‘27 Donald Ray Glancy DEP ‘49 Ralph L Godshalk PAST ‘20 J Nick Gray MO ‘56

Kirke Grutzmacher KS ‘52 Albert F Hastings AZ ‘29 Ned Irish UN ‘62 John A Kahoun C-K ‘28 Franklin B Krauss PA ‘22 Glen B Lerch WI ‘26 Russell C MacFall NYU ‘22 Rowland R Manatt IAST ‘21 Richard Mariscal AZST ‘60 Donald S Maurer PAST ‘20 George L McGinness PAST ‘29 Bernard T McGivern UN ‘49 Clifton E Mowrer PAST ‘21 Henry H Neel STAN ‘34 James H Obear DEP ‘27 Harvey J Pearson STAN ‘31 Evan R Peters WA ‘27 Wilbur L Pickering DEP James H Plummer PAST ‘37 Richard B Preu ROL ‘52 Jacob Reck GEO ‘26 Paul Risinger PUR ‘30 Homer R Ross STAN ‘35 Farrington T Schaeffer IL ‘33 Irvin W Schoeninger IL ‘28 George L Seaton IAST ‘23 Norman James Sitar MIST ‘45 John W Stanfield SMU ‘28 George C Sturgeon OHST ‘20 Russell J Turney IL ‘31 Ralph E Ulrich DEP ‘36 Alexander M Vance PA ‘32 Frank Voris IL ‘29 John D Wright IL ‘25 X Quarterly Fall/Winter 1999 17


RISK MANAGEMENT POLICY REVISED 7/97 The Risk Management Policy of FIPG, Inc. includes the provisions which follow and shall apply to all fraternity entities and all levels of fraternity membership. ALCOHOL AND DRUGS 1. The possession, sale, use or consumption of ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, while on chapter premises, during a fraternity event, or in any situation sponsored or endorsed by the chapter, or at any event an observer would associate with the fraternity, must be in compliance with any and all applicable laws of the state, province, county, city and institution of higher education, and must comply with either the BYOB or Third Party Vendor Guidelines. 2. No alcoholic beverages may be purchased through chapter funds nor may the purchase of same for members or guests be undertaken or coordinated by any member in the name of, or on behalf of, the chapter. The purchase or use of a bulk quantity or common sources of such alcoholic beverage, i.e., kegs or cases, is prohibited. 3. OPEN PARTIES, meaning those with unrestricted access by nonmembers of the fraternity, without specific invitation, where alcohol is present, shall be prohibited. 4. No members, collectively or individually, shall purchase for, serve to, or sell alcoholic beverages to any minor (i.e., those under legal “drinking age”). 5. The possession, sale or use of any ILLEGAL DRUGS or CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES while on chapter premises or during a fraternity event or at any event that an observer would associate with the fraternity, is strictly prohibited. 6. No chapter may co-sponsor an event with an alcoholic distributor, charitable organization or tavern (tavern defined as an establishment generating more than half of annual gross sales from alcohol) where alcohol is given away, sold or otherwise provided to those present. 7. No chapter may co-sponsor or co-finance a function where alcohol is purchased by any of the host chapters, groups or organizations. 8. All rush activities associated with any chapter will be a DRY rush function. 9. No member shall permit, tolerate, encourage or participate in “drinking games.” 10. No alcohol shall be present at any pledge/associate member/novice program, activity or ritual of the chapter. HAZING No chapter, colony, student or alumnus shall conduct nor condone hazing activities. Hazing activities are defined as: “Any action taken or situation created, intentionally, whether on or off fraternity premises, to produce mental or physical discomfort, embarrassment, harassment, or ridicule. Such activities may include but are not limited to the following: use of alcohol; paddling in any form; creation of excessive fatigue; physical and psychological shocks; quests, treasure hunts, scavenger hunts, road trips or any other such activities carried on outside or inside of the confines of the chapter house; wearing of public apparel which is conspicuous and not normally in good taste; engaging in public stunts and buffoonery; morally degrading or humiliating games and activities; and any other activities which are not consistent with academic achievement, fraternal law, ritual or policy or the regulations and policies of the educational institution, or applicable state law.” SEXUAL ABUSE AND HARASSMENT The fraternity will not tolerate or condone any form of sexually abusive behavior on the part of its members, whether physical, mental or emotional. This is to include any actions which are demeaning to women or men including, but not limited to, date rape, gang rape or verbal harassment. 18

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FIRE, HEALTH AND SAFETY All chapter houses should meet all local fire and health codes and standards. All chapters should have posted by common phones, emergency numbers for fire, police and ambulance and should have posted evacuation routes on the back of the door of each sleeping room. All chapters should comply with engineering recommendations as reported by the insurance company. The possession and/or use of firearms or explosive devices of any kind within the confines and premises of the chapter house is expressly forbidden.

EDUCATION Each fraternity shall annually instruct its students and alumni on the Risk Management Policy of FIPG, Inc. Additionally, all student and alumni members shall annually receive a copy of said Risk Management Policy. THIRD PARTY VENDOR CRITERIA THE VENDOR MUST: 1. Be properly licensed by the appropriate local and state authority. This may involve both a liquor license and a temporary license to sell on the premises where the function is to be held. 2. Be properly insured with a minimum of $1,000,000 of general liability insurance, evidenced by a properly completed certificate of insurance prepared by the insurance provided. The certificate of insurance must also show evidence that the vendor has, as a part of his/her insurance coverage, “off premises liquor liability coverage and non-owned and hired auto coverage.” Named insureds included on the certificate of insurance must as a minimum include the local chapter hiring the vendor as well as the international fraternity that the local chapter is affiliated with. 3. Agree in writing to cash sales only, collected by the vendor during the function. 4. Assume in writing all the responsibilities that any other purveyor of alcoholic beverages would assume in the normal course of business, including but not limited to: a. Checking identification cards upon entry; b. Not serving minors; c. Not serving individuals that appear to be intoxicated; d. Maintaining absolute control of ALL alcoholic containers present; e. Collecting all remaining alcohol at the end of a function (no excess alcohol — opened or unopened — is to be given, sold or furnished to the chapter). Vendor MUST remove all alco hol from the premises. POLICY GUIDELINES As adopted by FIPG, Inc. December, 1992 1. Closed parties (meaning those events with alcohol present) should have a guest list prepared at least 24 hours in advance. Attendance should be limited to two guests per member. 2. “Non-alcoholic” keg beer is not permitted because it can contain up .05 percent alcohol. Therefore, serving it would be a violation of our policy.

* The membership of FIPG, Inc. now stands at 32 men’s groups and 13 women’s groups.

Chapter Situations Each year thousands of young men join fraternities, looking for the mystical “bond of brotherhood” and a sense of belonging that has so much to do with why Delta Chi was founded by eleven men on October 13, 1890 on the campus of Cornell University. Since then, Delta Chi has flourished. Some time this year, one of Delta Chi’s one hundred and twenty chapters and colonies will initiate the 81,000th member of the Fraternity. However, it has not always been easy for Delta Chi and other fraternities. Marsh W. White, former “AA” Emeritus and OWC, may have said it best in 1953 when he said, “The ability of the fraternity movement to survive and grow in spite of many negative circumstances, might be explained by the fact that it has two quite different sets of purposes and characteristics.” Marsh went on to explain that these different sets of purposes and characteristics could be described as spiritual and utilitarian. According to Marsh, the spiritual objectives “have remained rather constant since the inception of the fraternity idea” and would include concepts such as those described in the Preamble to Delta Chi’s Constitution. The utilitarian purposes and characteristics of the fraternity community, according to Marsh, “have changed in accordance with social trends and the demands of the times.” Marsh added, “Since each fraternity chapter must go before its supporting public to recruit new members at all too frequent intervals, its utilitarian purposes are kept continuously responsive to what the mercantile field called customer demands.” Unfortunately problems occur when the actions associated with the utilitarian purposes fail to remain consistent with those spiritual purposes. Sometimes it is the chapter in general which loses sight of those core values while other times it is simply a small group or even one individual. Still, even in those cases, the chapter as a whole must understand that it has the responsibility to ensure that the laws of the land and the basic expectations of a Delta Chi are upheld. Too often our members have a difficult time confronting the inappropriate behavior of their peers. When such behavior puts the well-being of individuals or the chapter as a whole at risk, we are all duty bound by our oath as members of Delta Chi to address it no matter how uncomfortable that may be. Yes, we are our Brothers’ Keepers. Besides the guidelines set forth on the facing page (which are repeated in every fall/winter of the Quarterly; are reviewed during chapter visits, at the Convention and at every Regional Conference; appear in the Cornerstone, and are sent to countless officers every year; the Fraternity provides “The Party Continues” (a booklet with over 100 social event ideas), “Building Better Brotherhood” (a booklet with 58 Brotherhood Events), a Pre-Initiation BRIEF (with 38 different activities from which to choose) and a Membership Education BRIEF (which outlines a model Associate Member Program). And yet, we still hear, “You only tell us what we can’t do and never tell us what we can do.”

“bad” and chapters not on the list are “good,” that can easily be an unfair conclusion. Some of the chapters listed here were making a sincere effort at risk management and suffered from an oversight or the wanton action of one individual. Certain chapters not on this list have been purposefully not complying with or at least enforcing Delta Chi Law and the laws of the land and have yet to suffer the consequences of the risks they are running. Whatever the case, the solution remains the same. Each and every chapter needs the involvement of mature alumni who can help them in all areas of chapter operations. Despite the fact that Delta Chi has put forth great effort in this and other areas, we need to do more. And, finally, each and every member of Delta Chi needs to periodically reflect on Marsh’s “spiritual objectives,” as contained in our Preamble: Promote Friendship, Develop Character, Advance Justice, and Assist in the Acquisition of a Sound Education. Chapter American American Bryant Clemson Connecticut Cornell Florida Gorham State Idaho Illinois State Iowa James Madison L.S.U. Massachusetts Miami Michigan State N. Michigan W. Virginia Tech

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Corrective Action Levels Level 1—Shall include, but is not limited to, ordering that the Chapter cease and desist from the conduct in the future and be in accordance with the requirements of Delta Chi Law and the Risk Management Policy of the Fraternity. The Chapter shall be required to submit to the Executive Director a written statement that all prohibited conduct has been stopped. The statement shall be signed by the “A”, “BB” and such other members of the Chapter, as specified in the report, that were involved with or had supervision over the conduct in the violation. Level 2—Shall include, but is not limited to, all provisions of Level 1, plus the Chapter shall submit a written plan of procedures and/or activities that comply with the Fraternity’s Risk Management Policy covering the activities in the violation. The plan shall be updated at least twice per year for the period of corrective action. Level 3—Shall include, but is not limited to, all provisions of Level 1 and 2, plus supervision of the activities of the Chapter that were involved in the violation by a person or persons acceptable to the Executive Director.

Risk Management Violations So, despite Delta Chi’s continuing efforts to educate its membership on sound Risk Management practices that would help ensure the safety of our members and guests, we continue to have chapters and individual members take risks that put people and Delta Chi in jeopardy. It boils down to personal responsibility and a commitment to the fundamental values we are all sworn to uphold. What follows is a list of chapters that are on Corrective Action for violation of the Risk Management Policy as of October 15, 1999. While it is tempting to assume that chapters on this list are

Level 4—Shall include, but is not limited to, all provisions of Levels 1, 2 and 3 plus the charter of the Chapter shall be suspended for the period of time of the corrective action. Chapters under Level 4 Corrective Action shall either be placed in conservatorship, as provided in Delta Chi Law, or shall operate under the direct supervision of the Executive Director. Level 5—Shall require the suspension of the charter and the cessation of operation of the Chapter as it then exists. Reestablishment of the Chapter shall be subject to the terms and conditions of the Board of Regents after a minimum one-year period. X Quarterly Fall/Winter 1999 19

Delta Chi Members on “The Wall”

In some respects, the war in Vietnam was like a Dilbert episode — there were too many meetings, most of them futile. That’s why, at one of the meetings, I was delighted to find that one of the attendees was a Delta Chi. His name was Bob Miller, and he was a great guy, with a super personality, and well respected. A month or so later, I was told he’d been killed. That was one of the lowest points of my tour. I thought about him often in later years, and a few years ago, was appalled to discover Rank 1/LT 1/LT LCPL LCDR SGT CPT CPT WO MAJ CPT CPL LT

that I’d forgotten his name. I have a terrible memory for names, and it’s not unusual to forget one, but this one really bothered me. A few months ago, using the Delta Chi web site, I contacted Ray Galbreth at the Headquarters and asked if we had a list of brothers lost in Vietnam. I thought that would help me remember. He informed me that we didn’t have such a list, and over a series of e-mails we both agreed that it was something we should have. Ray worked up a list of brothers who had died in that general time frame (close to 1,000 names) and sent it to me. I checked the Vietnam vet sites on the web and found one (Wall on the Web) that had the entire database of casualties as both searchable and downloadable. They zipped it and I downloaded it (over 64,000 names). First, I deleted, from each database, any last name not appearing in the other data-

Name Chapter/Yr. Branch Harold L. Cheadle Miami ’66 USMC Robert G. Dodson Conn ’65 USMC Steven E. Emrick Alabama ’69 USMC Robert T. Hanson Miami ’64 USN James B. Hiemenz FL ’68 USA Joseph P. Holland Conn ’64 USA William A. Justice Ohio St ’63 USAF Donald A. Krumrei OK St ’67 USA Robert L. Miller WA St ’58 USA Norbert A. Podhajsky Iowa ’66 USA Michael A. Rasmusson SAC ’69 USA William C. Vasey Penn St ’66 USN

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Date of Death 23 AUG 68 07 JUL 68 16 FEB 68 21 JAN 74 14 AUG 69 01 FEB 68 03 JUL 70 16 JUL 70 09 JUL 68 29 NOV 70 02 JUN 70 07 JAN 71

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base. This was purely an eyeball task, as any program written could fail on similar names (e.g. McVay, MacVay, McVeay). Then the final matching was done on first name and birth date. It boiled down to 12 names. I’m quite sure that these matches are valid. It’s possible that the list may not be complete. The reasons could vary from spelling variations to deaths not reported to the fraternity. I hope this list will encourage others to report any other Vietnam casualties to the Headquarters. It would be good also to include any known casualties from WWI, WWII, Korea and the Gulf War while there are still people around (alumni groups, housemothers, etc.) who would remember them. The next time I go to D.C., I plan to take the list and visit the wall again. I hope other Delta Chis now have an extra reason to do so as well. By George L. Hopkins IA ST ’61

DELTA CHI EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION BORELLI FAMILY LEADERSHIP AWARD The recipients of this award were chosen based on a combination of leadership activities and a minimum of a “B” average. This award was established to honor the memory of Pamela Anne Borelli (beloved daughter and sister) and Patricia Ann Borelli (beloved wife and mother) by Raymond Borelli, IL ’58 and Past “AA” and Mark Borelli, IL ’81.

WITH DISTINCTION ($1,000 AWARD) Andrew P. Wachter, Duquesne ’00 “D”; “F”; Bylaws Co-Chair; Chapter Newsletter Editor, Fall 1998; Created Alumni Database; President, Beta Alpha Psi, National Scholastic and Professional Accounting Fraternity; Chairman, Youth Commission, Pittsburgh Baseball Club; Heart Camp Counselor, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh; Performed Service Activities, Campus Ministry; Crew Member, Fall and Spring Clean Up Days; Dean’s List; Member, Beta Gamma Sigma, Honor Society for AACSB Accredited Business Programs, Dean Student’s Advisory Committee, School of Business Administration’s Accounting Advisory Board, Duquesne University Director’s Circle, Phi Eta Sigma National Freshman Honor Society; Student Member, AICPA; Duquesne Chapter Brother of the Year 98/99; USAA All-American Scholar; GPA: 3.933

WITH DISTINCTION ($500 AWARD) Michael Gitzendanner, Tri-State ’99 “D”; “F”; AMC; Chair, Banquet and Reunion Committee; 1996-99 Regional Leadership Conferences, 1999 Jackson Leadership College, and 1996 and 1998 International Convention Participant; Treasurer, IFC; Secretary, American Society of Mechanical Engineers; President, Pi Tau Sigma; Vice President, Skull and Bones Honorary Leadership Society; Recruitment Chair, Alpha Kappa Psi Professional Business Society; Member, Omicron Psi Honor Society; GPA: 3.43 20

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THE DELTA CHI POSTER A great holiday or birthday gift! Delta Chi is pleased to present this beautiful and meaningful 18 x 24 poster suitable for matting and framing. Please send $15 and your address to Delta Chi, P.O. Box 1817, Iowa City, IA 52244, or call 1-319337-4811.

F. Phil Yang, Abra ’80 Is Delta Chi’s Fifth New Founder! As Delta Chi Fraternity joins in the millenium celebration, a fifth New Founder has emerged. Brother F. Phil Yang, Abracadabra ’80 has chosen this special occasion and the Fraternity’s 110 th anniversary in the year 2000 to lift his lifetime giving to $110,000, thus joining Brothers Frederick B. Hammert, Oklahoma ’60; Gene A. Johnson, Oklahoma State ’58; Clayton T. Roberts, Florida ’31; and Bernhard C. Shaffer, Penn State ’25 as a major benefactor of Delta Chi. Brother Yang was among 39 undergraduates at the University of California, Berkeley who were Founding Fathers when the Abracadabra Chapter re-chartered in May, 1978. The Abracadabra name came from a local fraternity that merged with Delta Chi in the late 1960’s. Long time president of the University of California, Robert Gordon Sproul, for whom the main plaza on campus and the administration building was named, was a member of the local group. The re-chartered Delta Chi group wanted an alternative to the Animal House mentality that was prevalent in the Berkeley Greek system in the late 1970’s, a sharp contrast to the radical 1960’s which submerged the system. Dan Billings ’76, a transferred graduate student from the Long Beach Chapter, presented the concept of a non-hazing fraternity. Brother Yang was sold on this and, with 23 others, was initiated by the brothers from the Oregon State Chapter in May, 1977. During the formative years of the new chapter, executive directors Larry Audlehelm, Iowa ’71 and Ray Galbreth, Missouri ’69, field secretary Ken Shepard, Long Beach ’77, and of course, office manager Marge Lee (aka Delta Chi Mom) provided strong support and guidance. Major achievements were recorded in scholarship, athletics and student government. The core of this group has mostly remained in the San Francisco and Sili-

con Valley area. It would not surprise Brother Yang one bit if one of his contemporaries also becomes a significant benefactor of the Fraternity. Recalling his impressions as an incoming freshman, Brother Yang was naturally intimidated by the sheer size of the 30,000+ student body and the surrounding urban setting, though he had grown accustomed to high-den-

His other hope is to have his giving prompt other brothers to reflect on the positive role of Delta Chi in their personal and professional development. sity places such as Taipei, Tokyo and Los Angeles. He felt extremely lucky to have been assigned to Putnam Hall, where the majority of first and second floor dorm mates became Delta Chi brothers, and mates for life. “Growing up in an Asian culture, the importance of education was ‘not negotiable,’” Brother Yang laughs. The education that Berkeley provided and that Delta Chi supplemented was a unique blend that prepared Brother Yang for a career in international marketing. After an undergraduate degree in architecture and a master’s in business administration, Brother Yang worked for many multi-nationals in the U. S. and in Asia. He is currently

the Regional Marketing Director, Asia Pacific and Middle East, for DHL Worldwide Express and resides in Singapore. Brother Yang’s commitment to education is also evident at two leading universities. U. C. Berkeley has a Delta Chi Fraternity program with cumulative gifts of over $100,000 while the joint Sino-US program between China’s Nanjing University and Johns Hopkins University has benefited from a $50,000 gift. Brother Yang is quick to point out his role models, Gene Johnson and Fred Hammert, who have instilled in him a “sense of duty.” There are many others in the Fraternity that Brother Yang has come to know who have also given selflessly of time and financial resources over the years. Asked about his hopes for Delta Chi in the new millenium, Brother Yang would like to have a chapter return to the Berkeley campus, and strangely enough, to the Stanford campus. Having worked for the likes of Coca-Cola, Pepsi-Cola, RJR Nabisco and Guinness Stout, he knows that competition breeds excellence. His other hope is to have his giving prompt other brothers to reflect on the positive role of Delta Chi in their personal and professional development. Two thousand gifts of $2,000 would be a nice number to usher in the year 2000, Brother Yang muses. X Quarterly Fall/Winter 1999 21

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“lost” alumnus, we will give him a oneyear subscription. All others will receive only the Fall issue. This policy allows us to maintain quality by eliminating the cost of printing and mailing unwanted copies.


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KEEPING IN TOUCH ARIZONA STATE Jason M. Walker ’00 married to Shaunte Sipes on September 5, 1999. ILLINOIS John Paul '76, has been promoted to News Director of WCIA-TV, based in Champaign, Illinois. L.S.U. Born to Brother and Mrs. Glenn Weiss , a daughter, Caroline Edie Weiss, on July 1, 1999.

ALABAMA ALUMNI GATHER Alumni support for the Alabama Chapter continues to grow. This was never more evident than at the Second Annual Alabama Delta Chi Alumni Honors Dinner attended by more than 40 alumni at The Club in Birmingham on August 14, 1999. In addition, four young men being rushed by the chapter attended. (Later, during fall rush, they all pledged to form the nucleus of an outstanding class for our re-emerging chapter.) John Ed Willoughby ’57, did an outstanding job as master of ceremonies – small wonder, since he has done this professionally for many years. The group was informed of the current environment fraternities face on our campus by Rick Funk, Associate Director of Student Life, University of Alabama. He ended his talk by welcoming our chapter back as a member of the University community, which was very well received by everyone present. The high point of the evening was the presentation of the Alabama Chapter Jefferson J. Coleman Outstanding Alumni Awards to Dr. Noah Langdale Jr., L.L.D., ’41, President Emeritus, Georgia State University in Atlanta, and Richard 22

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S. (Rick) Manley ’53, who served 21 years in the Alabama State Legislature and now practices law in Demopolis. Their pictures will join those of Brother Coleman and last year’s first recipient of the award, Walt Granger ’50, on the chapter house’s “Wall of Honor.” Those who receive this award have honored and supported the Alabama Chapter by their professional and personal achievements and/or by direct meritorious service. Winners in the Second Annual Bill Mace Memorial Golf Outing, held earlier that day , were announced, with Dr. Jack Whetstone ’50, and Joel Boyd ’85, having taken the honors. The evening ended in grand fashion as John Freeman ’83, ABT Treasurer, gave a full report on the renovation and refurnishing of the chapter house first floor completed this summer. He concluded by outlining plans for doing the same next summer to the second floor. Then John Ed thanked everyone for attending and reminded them of next year’s honors dinner. A rousing rendition of The Delta Chi Bond Song by the entire group closed the affair.

NORTHERN IOWA Troy R. Errthum ’95, married to Martha C. Evans on June 12, 1999. Daniel D. Skelton ’95, married to Lindsay C. Witte on April 17, 1999. SOUTHEAST MISSOURI Born to Brother and Mrs. Russ Glick ’90, sons, Ethan Russell, on April 28, 1998 and Ryan Andrew, on August 28, 1999. SOUTHERN ILLINOIS Born to Brother and Mrs. Michael Siegel ’91, a son, Evan Cole, on October 2, 1999. Born to Brother and Mrs. Daniel Leahy ’92, a son, Connon Daniel, on July 21, 1999.

FAREWELL & PARTING These men have lived amongst us for a time, and we have been honored to call them Brothers. Now they are gone and we bid them a fond farewell at this parting. ILLINOIS Charles R. Kovach ’46 Raymond H. Giesecke ’27

MISSOURI David G. Helmandollar ’65, October 11, 1999

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Aaron S. Bann ’90, 1999 John S. Halstead III ’84, March 12, 1999

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